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0 out of 0 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow, grows a ton
What are the cons? None
Plant was slow to mature. We got too hot. So I thought our plant died. It survived and flourished all summer and into fall. Very hearty plant! Disease and pest resistant. (At least in our garden) Produced tons of squash. I highly recommend this variety and we will be growing it next year.
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2 out of 4 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Taste, easy to grow
What are the cons? none
This is the best tasting zucchini I've ever had. The plants grew very quickly and require lots of good compost and water. I got several fruits per plant before the squash bugs moved in and wreaked havoc. Luckily, it's early in the season and I can plant a second crop. As others have said, the plants are huge. I spaced mine about three feet apart and that seemed to be enough. The fruits are tender and have a buttery taste. Delicious!
14 out of 15 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy, produces tons
What are the cons? None
I plant these every year they do great! They are so easy to start, fast growing, they produce tons! I planted 8 plants and was constantly haresting huge quantities every day, I filled the whole freezer with frozen grated zucchini after I gave lots away to friends and family.
22 out of 23 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? easy to grow, high yields
These plants did excellent in a cooler summer! the plants germinated quickly (i put a few in pots and transplanted and a few seeds in the ground for alternate harvesting times). These kept blooming until early October in Michigan! My last pick was the first week of October. They produced a lot, and if you let them grow big enough, they were good size baseball bats perfect for shredding and freezing! Speaking of freezing - they froze great too! Also during the harvest season, they were perfect to eat fried with a little bit of butter in a pan. yum! plant farther apart than usual because they do continue to grow and spread a bit.
39 out of 41 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Prolific and freezes well
Fantastic squash variety that is very prolific, tasty, and beautiful. The dark skin contrasts against the white meat of the vegetable, very beautiful. I like to throw cubed squash into my Thai curry, and these hold up very well. Also great in soups and, well.... really, it's great in everything. But this variety freezes well. I have bags and bags and bags of frozen zucchini that I've been using now (in the fall) and will be using until Spring. And only from two plants. I did mulch my garden heavily with fresh oak chips to protect against the severe drought us Californians are experiencing, only having to water once or twice a week. My chickens really enjoyed the baseball bat sized zukes that got away from me. I like them pretty petite as they keep their tender, sweet character.