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Squash Summer Fordhook Zucchini Seed

Product Overview

Squash Summer Burpee's Fordhook Zucchini has smooth fruits with creamy white, tender flesh. This variety is a space-saving bushy-type plant. Sow in rich, fertile soil after danger of frost.
  • Container friendly
  • Direct sow
  • Seedlings emerge in 10-14 days
  • 57 days to harvest
  • Harvest often and when fruits are small

Specifications

Dimensions

Mature Height
36 inches
Product Depth (in.)
.25
Product Height (in.)
4.5
Product Size
.01 LB-Pound
Product Width (in.)
3.25

Details

Landscape Supply Type
Seeds
Maximum Time to Bloom / Harvest (weeks)
8
Maximum Time to Germinate (days)
14
Plant / Seed Spacing (in.)
36
Seed Type
Vegetable
Sold as
Packet
Type
Vegetables
Vegetable Seed Type
Zucchini

Questions & Answers

3Questions3Answers

Why cant I add seeds to the cart?

Asked by Angie May 18, 2020
1
Answer

It is probably out of stock

How many seeds does this come with?

Asked by MC May 5, 2020
1
Answer

Should be 50 seeds

Are the Burpee seeds from the USA or China? What about the Ferry Morse seeds?

Asked by Wizzy April 5, 2020
1
Answer

All Burpee product is brought in from a variety of areas throughout the globe. All of our seeds are tested by growing samples here in the USA to make sure they are of perfect quality for gardeners.

Customer Reviews

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    out of 4 reviews
  • 75% recommend this product
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Good size, flavor and production.
I have grown this variety and Burpee's Best Hybrid for ten years. You won't be disappointed.
by RFM
Fordhook Zucchini
First, wrong package photo. I bought these in mid-May of 2020. Planted all of them. Out of all them, I have one definite plant and 3 possibles. Nothing else. This was a way of money & time.
by denyeverything
I planted 26 seeds I think 24 sprouted. The yield was good until it was devastated by pickle wor...
I planted 26 seeds I think 24 sprouted. The yield was good until it was devastated by pickle worms. A BT spray helped save the last fruits. The zucchini were probably the best I've had. I'm going to buy more seeds today if I can find them. They have large leaves, but definitely don't take over the garden.
by johnnyboy
1 person found this helpful
Probably the best zucchini I have grown. With proper sun and water, it is a big producer. The zuc...
Probably the best zucchini I have grown. With proper sun and water, it is a big producer. The zucchini taste great in salads. The plant can grow up to 5 or so feet long so make room. I direct sow these seeds in the spring.
by SteveVA
1 person found this helpful
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