An outstanding prolific summer vegetable that is easy to grow. Tender and attractive fruits are produced all summer long and are best when picked young and immature. Can be frozen for later use.
Heirloom Squash Seed Planting Information:
- Planting depth: 1/2-1"
- Seeds per hill: 6-8
- Spacing between seeds: 3"
- Days to germination: 10-14
- Thin plants per hill: 2-3
- Days to maturity: 50-60
When And Where To Plant:
Select a sunny location and plant in late spring after soil warms. Cultivate soil and enrich with vegetable food and organic matter. Firm soil over the seeds.
Care And Harvesting:
Keep soil moist and fertilize monthly. First blossoms may fail to set fruit. Pick continuously to assure steady supply. Best when fruits are 4" to 6" long and skin is tender and easily punctured.
Contains Calcium, Iron, and Vitamins A, B, and C.