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Squash Summer Fordhook Zucchini Seed

  • Zucchini seeds to plant and grow in a container
  • Seedlings emerge after 10-14 days of planting
  • Can be harvested after 57 days of planting
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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

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Dimensions

Mature Height36 inchesProduct Depth (in.).25
Product Height (in.)4.5Product Size.01 LB-Pound
Product Width (in.)3.25

Details

Landscape Supply TypeSeedsMaximum Time to Bloom / Harvest (weeks)8
Maximum Time to Germinate (days)14Plant / Seed Spacing (in.)36
Seed TypeVegetableSold asPacket
TypeVegetablesVegetable Seed TypeZucchini

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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.
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    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.
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      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.
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        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.
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