Early White Bush Scallop Squash Seeds

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Grow Early White Bush Scallop Squash Seeds for a bountiful summer harvest. These heirloom seeds produce unique patty pan squashes in just 54 days, perfect for southeastern gardens. Enjoy their bush habit, easy growth, and sweet flavor in a variety of culinary dishes.

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Early White Bush Scallop Squash Seeds

Discover the charm and versatility of Early White Bush Scallop Squash seeds, a summer Patty Pan variety that matures in just 54 days. This heirloom squash, dating back to the 1700s, is a delightful addition to any garden, especially popular in the southeastern United States.


  • Days to Maturity: Ready to harvest in 54 days.
  • Squash Characteristics: Begins as pale green and ripens to a creamy white. Each squash measures about 7 inches across and 3 inches deep.
  • Plant Type: Grows as a bush, making it a great choice for gardeners with limited space or those looking to avoid sprawling vines.

Growing Guide:

  • Sowing: Plant seeds 1 inch deep in moist, well-draining soil in full sun after the last frost.
  • Spacing: Space plants about 48 inches apart to allow for bush growth.
  • Water and Soil: Prefers a consistent watering schedule and well-draining soil with a temperature around 65°.

Culinary Uses:

  • Versatility: Early White Bush Scallop squash can be sautéed, grilled, or used in stir-fries. Its soft, edible skin and smooth, sweet flavor make it a perfect addition to a variety of dishes.

Health Benefits:

  • Low in calories and rich in vitamin A, this squash is a healthy choice for boosting the immune system and adding fiber to your diet.

Garden Appeal:

  • An eye-catching variety that’s ideal for home gardens and markets due to its unique appearance and prolific nature.

Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or a novice, Early White Bush Scallop Squash Seeds offer an easy-to-grow option with delicious results. Enjoy the bounty of these attractive squashes all summer long!


Frequently Asked Questions About Early White Bush Scallop Squash

  1. How do you grow white bush scallop squash early? To grow Early White Bush Scallop Squash, start by planting the seeds in the ground after the threat of frost has passed. Choose a location with full sun and ensure the soil is moist and well-draining. Plant the seeds 1 inch deep and space them about 48 inches apart. This variety is ready to harvest in about 54 days, and for an even earlier crop, you can start seeds indoors 3-4 weeks before the last expected frost, then transplant outdoors after acclimatizing the seedlings.
  2. What is Early White Scallops squash? Early White Scallops squash is a variety of summer Patty Pan squash known for its distinctive shape and color. It matures early, typically in 54 days, producing pale green fruits that turn creamy white upon ripening. The squash has a scalloped edge, measuring about 7 inches in diameter and 3 inches in depth, and is known for its smooth and sweet flavor.
  3. Is white scallop squash a bush or vine? The Early White Bush Scallop Squash is a bush variety. Unlike vine squashes, it forms a compact bush, which makes it a suitable option for gardeners with limited space or those who prefer not to manage sprawling vines.
  4. How many scallop squash per plant? The number of squashes per plant can vary based on growing conditions and care. However, the Early White Bush Scallop Squash is a productive variety, and under optimal conditions, each plant can produce a substantial yield. Regular harvesting when the squashes are about 7 inches in diameter encourages continued production throughout the growing season.
Weight .4 oz

20 premium seeds in each packet.

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