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What are the pros? Tasty
What are the cons? Took over my garden
I planted a few too many seeds this year and they took over all of my tiny garden. I have harvested over 100 squash from the 5 hills I planted and they are still growing in late August! If you plant these, be sure to pick them when they're ready or they will become giants. I have picked several that were over three feet long!
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What are the pros? Amazing taste, productivity
What are the cons? None
The best tasting summer squash by far. It will be a staple in my garden. Raw, saut?ed, baked, fried. In the garden , early, productive and little to no stress from day after day of 90 plus degree days. Even the plants in the shady part of the garden has produced consistently.
What are the pros? amazing
What are the cons? none
I bought these seeds 8 years ago and planted in PA. I kept the seeds and since moved to the AZ desert. I figured the seed was too old, so I threw them in the compost. Now the plant has taken over and is producing ample squash, more than I can deal with!!!
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Early, prolific, hardy
These are, in my opinion, the best summer squash you can grow. My mother is Lebanese and they're called "Kousa". I use them in place of yellow summer squashes and zukes, and they're great however you make them. Core them and stuff with lamb, rice, etc. (meshi kousa), save the corings and mix with scrambled eggs, or mix with sesami tahini and lemon juice. etc. for a great dip. Sauteed in olive oil with salt, pepper, onions, pine nuts, and a touch of fresh mint and they're fantastic.
The mature early, tolerate a wide array of conditions, and are pretty disease resistant in my experience. In my area, squash vine borer is a real problem - although, this squash seems to easily tolerate the "surgical removal" method of dealing with them and re-roots at the cut easily. They're also very prolific, and keep right on going after the powdery mildew has finally gotten most of my curcurbits.
2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Prolific, uniform
What are the cons? What's not to like?
Even with an uneven spring these were the earliest summer squash we've ever had. We beat the vine borers this year!