White Bush Squash
White Bush Squash

White Bush Squash (52 days) Also called “Patty Pan.” Small, round flat with ridges or scalloped edges. It is quite disease-resisting and a very prolific variety. They measure 7 to 8 inches across, are almost smooth, and creamy white. Heirloom … Continued

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Enterprise Hybrid Squash
Enterprise Hybrid Squash

Enterprise Hybrid Squash (41 days) Long, slender, yellow fruit with an average length of 7-8 inches. Standard for growers in the Southeast. Vigorous, productive plant. A tender crop that should not be planted until danger of frost has passed. Plant … Continued

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Black Zucchini Squash
Black Zucchini Squash

Black Zucchini Squash (62 days) mature fruit 14” x 4”, 120 days, edible in 43 to 46 days. Fruit is cylindrical, long, straight, and slender with slight ridges; very dark green at first edible stage, turning black-green at full maturity. Smooth … Continued

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Straight Neck Squash
Straight Neck Squash

(50 days) An important commercial squash especially designed with straight neck for packing in crates with minimum damage and best appearance. Quite uniform, small, early, fine quality, bright yellow, and very productive. A delicious squash for the table. Heirloom A … Continued

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Crook Neck Squash
Crook Neck Squash

Early Summer Crook Neck Squash (52 days) A delicious small yellow crookneck squash. The earliest of the yellow squashes and always a favorite for the table or on the market. Heirloom A tender crop that should not be planted until … Continued

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Edisto Cantaloupe
Edisto Cantaloupe

Edisto Cantaloupe (92 days) Firm, vigorous plant, resistant to downy and powdery mildew. Excellent quality with 6 to 7 melons per plant. The melons thrive best and develop the highest flavor in a hot dry climate. Sow the seed after … Continued

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Hale’s Best Cantaloupe
Hale’s Best Cantaloupe

Hale’s Best Cantaloupe (88 days) Mildew Resistant. Fruits are short oval with indistinct ribbing and heavily netted. Flesh thick, firm, sweet, of good quality and flavor, light orange in color. Recommended for areas in which powdery mildew is prevalent. The … Continued

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Rocky Ford Cantaloupe
Rocky Ford Cantaloupe

Rocky Ford Cantaloupe (90 days) Principally used for home and market gardens, since it does not stand distant shipping. Distinctive flavor and quality. Fruits small, 21⁄2 lbs., rounded with faint ribs, very heavy covering of hard gray netting. Uniform size, … Continued

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Sugar Baby Watermelon
Sugar Baby Watermelon

Sugar Baby Watermelon (80 days) A small round melon, resembling Florida Giant in appearance. It is an ice box type with superior flesh and shipping qualities to other midget types. Flesh is red and good quality. 6-10 lbs. Sow seed … Continued

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Charleston Gray Watermelon
Charleston Gray Watermelon

Charleston Gray Watermelon (85 days) A long, light-green watermelon, possessing the following fine qualities: Strong against sunburn and Fusarium wilt and resistant to 3 races (susceptible to 1 race) of Anthracnose. A high yielder of top quality melons, weighing 28 … Continued

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Congo Watermelon
Congo Watermelon

Congo Watermelon (93 days) Resistant to 3 races (susceptible to 1 race) Anthracnose and slightly resistant to Fusarium wilt. A good yielder and shipper, having attractive marketing character-istics. The fruits (up to 5 lbs.) are long, cylindrical, two-toned green striped. … Continued

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Florida Giant Watermelon
Florida Giant Watermelon

Florida Giant, known as Cannonball Watermelon (95 days) Large, 40-50 lbs., nearly round, glossy dark green, thick rind, bright red, firm textured flesh of excellent quality. Black seeds. Vines are vigorous and productive. Sow seed after all danger of frost … Continued

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