What are the pros? Vigorous plant, yield is good
What are the cons? Nothing at the moment
WOW! Now this is a proper zucchini! Disclaimer: my first experience growing and eating heirloom summer squash. A strong plant that grows quickly and doesn't seem to attract many pests. Yield is quite good (compared to Rugosa Friulana, at least) and once the first few fruits are picked, it gets into high gear and can probably compete with some hybrids. The nutty and buttery flavor is just outstanding. I have eaten a few small ones raw and sauteed two larger ones with just some olive oil and salt...they are so much more complex and rich compared to any summer squash that I've tried and the texture is superb. Tasty flowers, too. You might find yourself holding one in your hand and just staring because they are so beautiful. I was always ambivalent about summer squash each season because I often considered them tasteless, but this changes my opinion and gets me excited about growing and selling others. I have officially converted. No more hybrid summer squash!
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