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Spaghetti Squash (146-53)

$3.50
Spaghetti Squash. Mid-Early. Ripe squash can be boiled or baked for 40 minutes, halved, and the spaghetti-like flesh scrapes out with a spoon. Dress with pasta sauce, or use as a side dish seasoned in different ways. Keeps well. 4 gram packet...

Zucchetta Rugosa Friulana (146-54)

$3.50
Zucchetta Rugosa Friulana — Wrinkled from Friuli. 40-60 days to maturity from seed. These produce an abundance of light yellow, "warty" fruit. They aren't beautiful, but they taste great and the flowers hold extremely well. This is the most common...

Zucchetta Serpent of Sicily/Cucuzza (146-43)

$4.50
Zucchetta Serpente di Sicilia - Serpent of Sicily. Sometimes called cucuzze or gagootza. It is actually a gourd (it has white flowers rather than yellow like squash), but is grown and eaten like a summer squash. Much favored by people from Southern Italy...

Zucchetta Tromba d'Albenga (146-42)

$3.50
Zucchetta Tromba d'Albenga. Zucchetta are long and curved, with a bulb at the end. Pick when young (6-10 inches) and cook like zucchini or let them get larger and roast them. The skin hardens up some as they get larger. They vine like a pumpkin, so give...

Zucchini - Lungo Bianco di Sicilia (VXO 146-46)

$3.50
Long white zucchini from Sicily. Light green (almost white) fruit. Will grow quite long (8-10 inches) and stay thin. Some ribbing when large but none when small. Very early good producer with very good taste. It is a bit of a runner, so space them at...

Zucchini Alberello of Sarzana (146-40)

$3.50
Zucchini Alberello di Sarzana - Little Tree of Sarzana. Light green fruit with white speckles. Some ribbing. Delicate flavor. Large plant, good producer over a long season; seems to have some resistance to powdery mildew. Many blossoms for cooking. 50-55...

Zucchini Bolognese (146-41)

$3.50
Short, thick fruit, almost halfway between a typical zucchini and a round one. Medium green with light speckling. No ribs. Same great taste and texture as all Italian zucchini. This is the favorite zucchini of the Franchi agent in London. 55-60 days...

Zucchini Custard White (146-49)

$3.50
A white patty pan. This is a very old heirloom zucchini. Five inch diameter, scalloped edges with fine white flesh. It has a bush habit and stays small. Heavy producer. 5 gram packet. Approximately 2-10 seeds per gram.

Zucchini F1 Novodiamant (146-29)

$4.50
This is an F1 Hybrid. Long smooth fruit, dark green with some speckling. Good production and holds blossoms very well. Early & vigorous with a bush growth habit. Suitable for both field and hoophouse production. 4 gram packet. Approx. 20-25 seeds...

Zucchini Genovese (146-10)

$3.50
Zucchini Genovese. Light green fruit. No ribbing. Very nice flavor. Large plant, good producer of many fruits and blossoms. 55 days. 8 gram packet; approximately 45-50 seeds. Approximately 2-10 seeds per gram.

Zucchini Genovese - Certified Organic (146-10B)

$4.00
Organic seed from Genoa area. Light green fruit with no ribbing. Very nice flavor. Large plant and a good producer of many fruit and blossoms. 55 days. 6 gram packet; approximately 40 seeds. Approximately 2-10 seeds per gram.

Zucchini Hybrid Gold Rush (146-45)

$4.50
Gold Rush Zucchino - Hybrid. A bright, golden-yellow skinned zucchini with creamy flesh. Cylindrical with very slight rib, perfect for slicing. Upright, mid-early bush variety. Suitable for greenhouse or garden. 3 gram pack; approximately 15 seeds...

Zucchini Lunga Fiorentino (146-52)

$3.50
Long of Florence. Long, ribbed, lightish green fruit with speckles from the region around Florence. Fruit is a bit square. Reputation is that it holds flowers well. A very heavy producer with good taste. This came highly recommended by several customers...

Zucchini Nero di Milano - Organic (146-1B)

$4.00
'Black of Milan'. This variety's dark green skin almost looks black. Originally from the Lombardia area of Italy, this productive plant has an open plant habit making it easy to harvest. Bush. Certified Organic. Sow mid Mar-Mid Aug. 45 days. 6 gram pack...

Zucchini Romanesco (146-11)

$3.50
This is a big plant, as are most Italian zucchini. This is a good producer of grey/green fruit with very prominent ribs. Produces lots of flowers over a long season. Can be transplanted for an early crop, but you need to be careful not to disturb the...

Zucchini San Pasquale -- Edible Flower (146-81)

$4.50
A fine zucchini from Southern Italy. TO MAXIMIZE MALE FLOWER PRODUCTION, PICK FLOWERS FREQUENTLY. Ribbed with dark/light green stripes. Excellent taste & production. Good flower production. 6 gram packet. Not Franchi Seed. San Pasquale is also the...

Zucchini Striato d'Italia (146-2)

$3.50
Zucchini Striato d'Italia - Italian Stripe. Dark green fruit with light green stripes and small ribbing. Excellent taste, many flowers, large plant. Vigorous, good producer and does well in cool weather. Good eating quality up to 10-12 inches, but best...

Zucchini Tondo di Piacenza (146-17)

$3.50
Zucchini Tondo di Piacenza - Round of Parma. Dark green round zucchini. Great stuffed, sliced and cooked on the grill, fried, or as a substitute for eggplant. Pick when no bigger than a baseball or softball for best quality. 55 days. 5 gram packet;...