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Green Crookneck Squash ?

Posted by msdixiegirl z7 Ms. (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 17, 06 at 20:06

I need to ask a question and i'm not sure where to ask it so I will ask here. Has anyone ever heard of or seen or otherwise green crookneck squash, I am needing to find out for a friend of mine. I can send a picture of it if you want to see and think you can help me out with this, Thanks MsDixie

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RE: Green Crookneck Squash ?

  • Posted by kilngod 7 Baltimore MD (My Page) on
    Sat, Aug 19, 06 at 23:06

Hi Ms dixie,
I haven't heard of it, but cool! Maybe post a photo on the Name That Plant forum...

and if any seeds from this plant will be available, I'll trade a bunch for some :)


Here is a link that might be useful: Name That Plant

RE: Green Crookneck Squash ?

I would love to see a pic. I received some yellow crook seeds in trade this year and one of those is a pale moss green in color. I have been timid about eating it but I am steaming some for dinner tonight. There is one more growing in the garden and I will let it go to seed if it tastes good.

RE: Green Crookneck Squash ?

I grow a variety of squash called Zephyr. It is yellow on one end and green on the other. As the plant gets older some of them are more green than yellow.

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