Early Summer Crookneck
A squash right out of American history, said to have been given to the colonial gardeners in the early 1700's by the native Lenape people of the Delaware Valley, making this one of the earliest documented varieties of squash. This is a popular choice for home and market gardeners. They are best eaten when 4 to 6 inches long, before they start to get bumpy. People love the texture and flavor of this historic heirloom squash. Ready to pick in around 50 days.
*Note* - each seed packet contains 25 seeds except where noted.