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    • PREMIUM

    Versatile round, bright golden zucchini with green stars at both ends! Can be sold with flower, or harvested at billiard ball size for fresh market, or left on plant longer for ornamental uses. Open bush type for ease of picking.

    Disease Resistant Codes WMV ZYMV


  1. Attractive miniature buttercups are cute and delicious! High number of fruit per plant increases yield potential.

  2. Attractive miniature buttercups are cute and delicious! High number of fruit per plant increases yield potential.
  3. 0890089 (Treated)

    Compact plants produce concentrated sets of 3-4 fruits per plant. Uniform fruit size and superior flesh color.

  4. Availability: Sold Out
    Unique, attractive miniature hubbards! Bush plants produce lots of fruits each, for maximum yields and profits.

  5. Excellent flesh quality and attractive rind color make this mini hubbard a must-try variety! Grow with Blue Magic and Red October for colorful roadside displays!

  6. December 2019
    Beautiful, unusual tri-colored hybrid cushaw squash! Perfect for decorating, displays or eating.
  7. 0890117 (Treated)
    • PREMIUM

    Nice young shiny fruit have a round shape, a light green (pale) color and excellent flavor. Multiple harvest, easy to pick.

    Disease Resistant Codes WMV ZYMV

  8. 0890121 (Treated)

    A buttercup (Kabocha) that is very dark green, uniform in size and a very high yielder. The flesh is superior, dry and delicious.
  9. 0890123 (Treated)

    This spectacular squash is pink with beige bumps, that resemble peanuts, covering its surface making this pumpkin-like squash truly unique!

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