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Forget the new "Eight Ball" hybrid. There already was an heirloom version. These are a rich, dark green color, round-shaped and very flavorful; perfect for home or markets. Vigorous plants produce well. Italian seed.
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0 out of 0 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Delicious pretty squash
What are the cons? None
Very vigorous and prolific, pest and trouble-free. Squash are delicious, smooth texture, tender rind, lovely white flesh still white when baked, & low seed even when picked a little later than intended. Will definitely grow again.
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27 Jul 2014
3 out of 3 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? round and productive
What are the cons? aphids like it
Of all the round squash I have grow, this is my favorite because of its productivity and good flavor.
29 Aug 2013
4 out of 4 people found the following review helpful:
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We bought these seeds last year and, due to illness, never got to plant them until this year. We actually only planted 6 due to space requirements and are now giving away a LOT of squash. The freezer is already full. The fruit is easily as tasty as it is beautiful. We have grilled it and sauteed it with onion (the old-fashioned "southern way"), and both were great. I'll definitely be growing this every year from now on.
16 May 2012
2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
This was a great squash. It germinated well and did wonderful in our North Florida heat & humidity (Summer of 2011). My children loved to eat this raw when small, slicing it sprinkled with a bit of salt & dill. We will be growing this again.
21 Jan 2012
This one is early, vigorous, and stays good even when it gets big. From 6 plants I harvest an average of 40 pounds of squash a week, and this is only June. Wait until the season really kicks in!!.
21 Jun 2010
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