This mix includes a rich orange-red, a deep green, and a slate blue miniature Hubbard. Each has smooth, creamy flesh that tastes wonderful baked or roasted. They have everything you like about a hubbard wrapped up in a small package.
This 2003 AAS Winner produces high quality harvests that start early and seem to go on forever. Plants grow to about 3 feet tall and 4 feet across with high yields. Bright yellow, pear-shaped fruits weigh about 6 oz.
Spacemiser hybrid zucchini is unique in that it has smaller, space-saving plants that are open for easy harvest, yet it yields and yields through the entire season. The delicious fruits color up and develop good shape when very young.
Recommended by Utah State University. Vigorous, heavy yielding vines bear large flattened globes with hard, grey-green rinds. Deep yellow flesh is dry and completely fiberless. Delicious sweet flavor that improves in storage makes this a local favorite.
Bush variety. Pale green-white in color. Standard "patty pan" type. The flying saucer shape is a bit of a novelty and a little difficult to figure out how to slice, but they cook and eat like any other summer squash.
Pick them baby size for best flavor. So many uses for this garden-fresh vegetable. Steam, stir-fry, or sauté. Scoop out the center, steam then stuff with, chicken or egg salad. Pick with blossoms still attached to fry in tempura batter.
AAS Winner. Uniform, lemon-yellow, slightly rough, club-shaped fruits are generously produced on semi-open bush vines that won’t run everywhere. Harvest when 4 to 7 inches long for best flavor and texture.