What are the pros? Tastes great, prolific grower.
What are the cons? Took a bit to fruit.
I called BCHS looking for a vining summer squash. This is the one they recommended. It is both, a summer squash and a winter squash. The taste is like a mild zucchini, the seeds are only at one end, and it is easy to grow. I recommend a strong trellis if you want long, straight squash. If you don't care if they are coiled and crooked, let the plant sprawl. Great raw, steamed, saut?ed, fried, etc.. Don't need all of the two-foot in length squash? Just cut off what you need and leave the rest on the counter for a while. Keep it upright so the goo doesn't get everywhere, it it will keep just fine. I am really loving this squash as it has exceeded my expectations. Also easy to blanche and freeze. Since this is the first year growing, I have not had time to let the squash turn into a winter squash but I can't imagine it won't perform as expected. This a a great variety if you are looking to put up frozen "summer" squash for winter meals. Highly recommend.
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