Open-habit plants save time, labor, and bandages
Days to Maturity: 43 from direct sow
No more scratched arms or damaged fruit from gingerly poking among sharp spines to harvest the zucchini. Spineless Beauty hybrid offers excellent yields of uniform, medium green fruit on open plants with very few spines. A classic favorite that has stood the test of time, it belongs front and center in your summer squash garden.
Spineless Beauty hybrid is the industry standard for zucchini for so many reasons. Harvesting it is simple, living up to the promise of its name. But it also matures quickly, offers very uniform fruit, and has a tender, juicy, flavorful bite that everyone loves. And the yields are very high on vigorous plants.
Expect these creamy fruits to reach 8? inches long and about 1? inches wide, with a dark green color, smooth texture, and slight ribbing. They are very uniform, making canning a snap. And the flavor is just unbeatable.
Summer squash ripens during the hot summer months and, thin-skinned, is best eaten fresh. Sow seeds 1 inch deep directly into the garden after the danger of frost is past. Thin the seedlings to 24 inches apart, or plant several seeds in hills 4 feet apart and then thin to 2 plants per hill. (For even earlier harvests, start seeds indoors). Pick when the fruits are still small (4 to 8 inches long).
(P)Pkt of 20 seeds
Variety:Spineless Beauty Hybrid
Days to Maturity:43
Additional Characteristics:Direct Sow,?Easy Care Plants,?Edible
Harvest Season:Early Fall,?Early Summer,?Late Summer,?Mid Summer
Light Requirements:Full Sun
Moisture Requirements:Moist,? well-drained
Resistance:Disease Resistant,?Heat Tolerant
Soil Tolerance:Normal,? loamy
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