Summer Squash, Heirloom Zucchini
Due to mixed seed, this heirloom zucchini squash is either Black Beauty or San Pasquale Zucchini. To purchase specifically Black Beauty, please visit the listing here. If you have no preference or are up for an adventure, try this listing out!
Description for San Pasquale (lighter zucchini in images):
Cucurbita pepo - A richly flavored and productive zucchini from Southern Italy that easily beats watery hybrid zucchini. Fruit is dark green with light green stripes and slight ridges. Produces a lot of male flowers which are great for stuffing or frying and the female flowers hold well enough to pick small fruit with flowers still attached. Yield is consistent all season long.
For more information on San Pasquale Summer Squash Zucchini, visit our LEAF Wiki.
Description for Black Beauty (darker zucchini in images):
Cucurbita pepo - This highly productive bush-type heirloom from the 1920s takes up little garden space. Dark green, shiny fruits with tender skin are very versatile in the kitchen. Can be steamed, sautéed, added to soups, omelets, and breads, made into relish, and eaten raw in salads or with dip.
For more information on Black Beauty Summer Squash Zucchini, visit our LEAF Wiki.
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