Cocozelle Zucchini Seeds


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This bush-type plant churns out squash that taste great. It's delicious sauteed on its own or in a ratatouille. For eating, pick this variety at the smaller stage rather than waiting for it to grow full size. If you're looking to save seeds, let it grow as big as possible! Sow seeds about 24 inches apart in a row at a depth of about an inch on the third or fourth week of May. Or you can start squash three weeks earlier under protection for quickest yields. If you harvest plants regularly, when the fruit are at a fairly young stage, they will continue to produce additional squash for weeks, even months. However, squash plants often begin to look ragged, succumbing to mildews and other diseases that slow down production. It's best to make two additional sowings at one-month intervals to have summer squash available all season. Based in Accord, NY, the Hudson Valley Seed Library offers an ever-expanding catalog of heirloom and open-pollinated seeds.

- 7-12 days to germination
- 55 days to maturity
- Annual
- Organic

25 Seeds

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