Net Wt. 4g (Approx. 25 to 28 seeds)
All-American Selections Winner, 1949. An award winning true Italian zucchini. A tasty, open pollinated bush variety that produces long cylindrical, slightly ribbed zucchini shaped fruits that have dark green stripes and are slightly tapered with very flavorful creamy-white flesh. Many gardeners say it has a far better flavor than other zucchini varieties. The vigorous, high-yielding plants produce many high quality fruits that are best when harvested when they are 6 to 8 inches long. The fruits are produced on an open bush plant that is easy to harvest. 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.