Squash Summer Scallop Trio - Renee&
Squash Summer Scallop Trio - Renee&
Squash Summer Scallop Trio - Renee&
Squash Summer Scallop Trio - Renee&
Squash Summer Scallop Trio - Renee&

Squash Summer Scallop Trio - Renee's Garden Seeds

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Cucurbita pepo var.

EXCLUSIVE - Our mixed seed packet offers an easy way to grow a delicious trio of different colored pattypan squashes. Buttercup-yellow fluted “Sunburst” is tender and nutty tasting simply steamed or poached in broth. Dark green, glossy little “Starship” has zucchini color and flavor in a unique flying saucer shape. Pretty apple-green “Peter Pan” scallops are creamy and sweet fleshed – a treat to sauté or slice and grill.

 

Seeds are color coded with USDA food grade stain to distinguish varieties. Be sure to plant some of each for colorful harvests!

Pink seed = yellow Sunburst F-1
Undyed seed = apple green Peter Pan F-1 
Green seed = dark green Starship F-1

Seed Count: Approx. 20-25 / Weight: 2 g

Cold Winters

Mild Winters

Sun/Shade

Sow Seeds

Days To Germinate

Days To Harvest

May – June

April – June

Full sun

Rows: 1.5 feet apart
Hills: 4 in. apart

7 – 10 days

Approx. 50

START SEEDS OUTDOORS

Squash needs full sun, rich fertile soil and warm temperatures. Plant only when spring weather is warm and settled and night temperatures stay above 50°F (10°C). Sow groups of 2 to 3 seeds 1 inch deep and 1 1/2 feet apart in rows 2 feet apart. When several inches long, thin to 1 strong seedling per group. Or, plant in slightly mounded hills, 2 feet in diameter and 2 feet apart. Sow 5 to 6 seeds 1 inch deep and 4 inches apart in each hill. When seedlings are several inches long, thin hill-planted seedlings to the 2 strongest plants so they have ample room to grow.

HARVEST AND USE

Harvest scallops when no more than 2 to 3 inches across for best flavor and tenderness. Frequent harvesting keeps plants producing tasty new squashes instead of maturing large, tough and pithy ones. Steam or stir fry the little pattypans and sprinkle with chopped fresh herbs like chives, basil, finely snipped dill or lemon basil. Cook and toss all 3 jewel-toned squashes with freshly ground pepper, butter and grated Parmesan.

GROWING NOTES

Amend soil well before sowing with lots of aged manure or compost. Protect young seedlings from marauding birds by covering with green plastic berry baskets at planting time, removing when plants get crowded. Be sure to thin properly — you will have more productive, disease-free plants if seedlings have enough room to mature.

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