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Product Number: 351



All sorts of maturities, colors, flavors, shapes, etc. They will cross with one another so if you save some seeds you could get some very interesting surprises next year. 100 seeds


Indoors- Plant in individual biodegradable peat/cowpots 1/2”-1” deep, 3-4 weeks before last frost with soil temperature 70 degrees. Transplant 36” apart after last frost without disturbing the roots

Outdoors- 1/2”-1” deep after last frost, in warm soil at least 70 degrees. Sow a few seeds per space/hill with 24-36”.

Harvest- Check and harvest a few times a week. Cut or kindly twist off fruit, starting at a 3-4”.

Tips- Plant in fertile soil amended with compost or well rotted manure and keep well watered. They benefit from growing on black plastic and by using row covers for weed, insect control, and more rapid growth. Fertilize on a regular basis by watering with compost tea. Sow every few weeks for a continuous supply.

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Bogart, GA -8a

Patty Pan = Amazing

My wife and I co-manage our 3.000 sq ft garden with 4 other families/neighbors and we All felt compelled to write this first and probably only review of any seed because the Patty Pan squash plant that came out of this summer mix packet was the Gold winner of the summer above all else. Collectively, we harvested probably 25 squash of all sizes from this beast. The plant crawled along the ground, and then crawled some more. It spanned 15 feet, base -root to end at its peak and may have gone longer had it not been for the unforeseen limits on space and borers as all our squash succumb to here in Georgia 8A. We painted around 10 of the seeds from the mix pack and got really good green zucchini results too. But the surprise patty pan plant from the pack was the winner of smiles this summer—okra, peppers, beans, tomatoes, melons—the Patty took them all down. If we knew what variety of Patty it was we would have written this review under it specifically and I hope someone for PT reads this and replies with what variety it may have been. —PR. Bogart, GA.


A little bit of everything!

I saved entire box for these seeds as my family loves all things squash. It had a great variety and was fun to plant and see what you get. I do have a problem with squash bugs by me and eventually gave up the fight to the little devils.

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