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What are the pros? Excellent flavor and texture
What are the cons? A bit stingy
Good climbing habit. Produced early. Fruit production was consistent but not abundant. Excellent texture (firm) and very good flavor. Did not appreciate our late Summer heat. Relatively pest free.
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What are the pros? flavor
What are the cons? stingy producer
Every bite of this will be worth the wait. Not only is this beautiful, but one of the best flavored zucchini Ive ever eaten!! I found them much slower to produce, but worth the wait. I also had a plant that was not "rugose"...it was smooth, a little greener, but the same flavor.
What are the pros? Great producer and taste great
What are the cons? none
This squash is great heirloom squash to grow. The plants themselves have beautiful leaves but however do leave ample room for growth for they will grow quite large and take up some space. The plants have been producing squash since early June and have kept on producing throughout the summer and doesn't look to stop anytime soon. The squash itself has an excellent flavor. Ive cooked the squash by saute', fried, and boiled and it taste great. Recommend this one to anyone.
What are the pros? Delicious and a stunner
What are the cons? None!
I am just in love with these squash! They are so beautiful to hold and look at - creamy yellow in color, elegantly shaped, with a richly textured rind. The flavor is far and away the deepest and richest I've ever had in a summer squash. I bring them in from the garden and slice and eat them raw! They're wonderful raw in salads or as a lightly dressed vinegar slaw with carrots, and they are also wonderful prepared like potato pancakes (also great with carrot there). Roasting might not be their perfect role; I roasted some with tomatoes and onions like I would zucchini and they came out a little mealy, but I might just have let that one get a little too big. One that hid behind a bed edge got huge and pretty hard-rinded; I'm curing it to see if it will last long enough to make a mini-jack--o-lantern. I think I'll let some of the last ones on the plant get huge and see if I can carve them for Halloween - otherwise, it looks like I will be picking 1-2 per plant per week easily.
What are the pros? Flavourful
What are the cons? None
WOW! By far the best tasting/most flavourful summer squash I've come across! Unfortunately we only got one mature fruit before our community garden plots were ravaged by a flood. But Luckly is still have a few seeds left. So fingers crossed for a late planting/late crop. I will definitely purchase and plant again next year!