This 2009 All-America Selections winner was chosen for its exceptional sweet squash flavor. The judges also praised its high yield, compact habit and tolerance to powdery mildew. Each fruit weighs about a pound, just right for two people to share. The plants continue to bear until late in the season due to their tolerance to powdery mildew. The long span of the harvest allows them to yield three to five fruits each. The mature plants are 2-3' tall and spread 4-5' without vines. 100 days.
20 seeds per packet.
One packet will sow 20' row at 6-10" spacing. Thin to 18-48" between plants.