Butta’ lives up to its name with its soft yellow color and creamy texture. The blocky, tapered fruit are borne on vigorous bush plants with an open growth habit, allowing for an easy harvest. When picked around 6 inches, the taste of ‘Butta’ will put other yellow zucchini to shame. Expect high yields of this garden treat.
A bush-type Italian HEIRLOOM suitable for smaller gardens. Characterized by dark and light green stripes with a gentle ribbing. Flavor is nutty, akin to Costato Romanesco. Harvesting when 12 inches or smaller will prolong season. Excellent for slicing, frying, and steaming.
Costata Romanesca is a traditional Italian HEIRLOOM with unsurpassed flavor. Deeply striped and ribbed, Costata resembles Cocozelle, with its distinctive sweet and mildly nutty flavor. An excellent yielder of tasty male squash blossoms for cooking. While fruits can be picked at any size, these even retain their taste and texture when harvested large. So not to worry if you miss the “harvest window.”