This heirloom summer squash trio includes the native American heirlooms, Early White Bush and Golden Scallop which date back hundreds of years, as well as Bennings Green Tint which was introduced in the early 1900’s. These squash have a unique saucer shape, and a slightly spicier and nuttier flavor than other summer squashes. They are so attractive, you may want to display them in a bowl on your kitchen counter for a few days until you give in and eat them! You can begin to harvest them when they are 2” in diameter and at their tenderest, most luscious flavor. (Mature squash are 2 1/2-3” inches in diameter. If they are allowed to grow larger, texture may be tough.) Scallop squash grow on vigorous bush type plants. An old-fashioned recipe from an 1894 cookbook is included inside the packet.