Here’s the yellow squash growing in the zucchini section. It’s quite round for a yellow crookneck squash – I wonder what it will turn out to be!

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8 Responses

  1. The color pattern on that looks exactly like a squash we got in the food share. If it is the same, it will be a sweet, fleshy zuchini-like squash. I would send you a picture but we ate it a few days ago

  2. I think it’s going to be a kind of pear squash – I don’t see it getting any longer than it is fat. Right now, it’s about the size of my fist. I wish the vine would make more of them!

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    Definitely not a crookneck summer squash!

    The question now becomes: is this a summer squash or a winter squash? How big is it going to get, and when do I take it off the vine?

  4. chris

    i still think its a pumpkin/squash mutant! coincidentally i bought a can of green baby pumpkins from the indian store in columbia heights today.

  5. Here we have it:

    Ours is the one in the middle. The other two are from our Easy Bean CSA. The verdict: it’s a sweet dumpling squash. Winter squash, that is. Yay!

  6. cheryl

    I have this squash and it was suppose to be a zuccinni. My garden center where I bought it didnt know what it is. mine is more green than orange and it is big. we have eaten 2 and have several more on there. they are good, but what are they?

  7. They are sweet dumpling winter squash! If this is what yours is, then I’m guessing it’s not ripe yet. Bake them and eat just like butternut, buttercup, or acorn squash.

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