3g (Approx. 26 to 30 seeds)
All-American Selections Winner, 1938. A very early, prolific, open pollinated summer squash that produces creamy yellow, buttery-flavored fruits that are firm and fine-grained with a delicate flavor and of excellent quality. The fruits are best when harvested when they are 4 to 7 inches long. This easy to grow variety is not as tolerant to cold soils as zucchini. In Alaska, garden soils are too cold at planting time for squash seed to germinate so the seed MUST be germinated indoors in plastic pots then the seedlings are transplanted to the garden. Midseason harvest.