Summer Squash

Summer squash are a type of squash that are picked before they reach full maturity, typically when they are still relatively small and the rind is still tender and edible. They are a popular vegetable during the summer months, and can be used in a variety of dishes such as stir-fries, salads, and casseroles.

Summer squash come in a range of shapes and sizes, including zucchini, yellow squash, and pattypan squash.

They are a good source of vitamins and minerals, and are low in calories, making them a healthy addition to any diet.

Summer squash are a versatile and nutritious vegetable that are a great choice for anyone looking to add more variety to their meals.

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  • Ready Garden


    This is an assortment of some garden favorites to let you make a quick garden in the yard.

    1. Chocolate Cherry Tomato
    2. Rich Red Cherry Tomato
    3. Painted Desert Honeybell
    4. Round Zucchini
    5. Burgundy Okra
    6. Beefsteak Tomato
    7. Sonoran Flair Tomato
    8. Hale’s Best Cantaloupe
    9. Orange Tendersweet Watermelon
    10. Catron County Jalapeno
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  • Squash, Summer: Black Beauty Zucchini


    Black Beauty zucchini is a heavy producer with glossy, firm young fruit. Summer squash plants have been cultivated in Mexico and South America since 5500 BC. They are related to wild gourds and wild forms of summer squash flourish in semi desert regions of Latin countries as well as the American southwest.

    Minimum 35 seeds

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  • Squash, Summer: Round Zucchini


    Round zucchini are picked at three or four inches in diameter, and taste the same as any other zucchinis. They’re prepared in all the same ways as other zucchini – grilled, steamed, boiled, fried, and baked.

    Minimum 35 seeds

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