- Bright yellow, cylindrical fruite that is best picked when 8" to 10" long.
- Has a rich, nutty zucchini flavor. Compact plants suitable for any size garden.
- Introduced in 1973 by W. Atlee Burpee of Philadelphia. Pick when zucchini is young and pick frequently to prolong harvest.
Planting Directions: Plant outdoors in spring after soil is thoroughly and consistently warm with soil temperature 70° to 95° with 85° optimum for germination. Plant 4 to 6 seeds ½ to 1” deep in mounds about 3-6’ apart. To set out transplants start seed indoors 3-4 weeks before last frost in sterile seed starting mix that is consistently kept at 70°-95° with 85° optimum. Transplant into garden when soil temperature is between 65° and 75°. Plant in well prepared soil that has been enriched with rich compost or general purpose garden fertilizer. Water thoroughly and often during growing season through harvest time. Summer squash is best picked small. To maintain production pick squash regularly.