Tried these this year after reading the positive reviews, and they have lived up to the expectations. These squash are vigorous and hardy! The vines are over 12 foot long and they are continuing to produce long after the crooknecks and zucchini quit. Easily outproducing all the other squash 5 to 1. Performs well in the heat and humidity. The squash themselves have a nice mild flavor, reminds me a bit of cucumbers crossed with zucchini. Weve enjoyed them baked, grilled, stir fried, in casseroles and even raw in salads. Firm and nearly seedless when picked young, and store well on the counter until we get around to using them. Havent tried them as a winter squash, but there are several on the vines that got missed --they grow so fast!-- and we will try them this winter. Overall Im very pleased with this variety and its many attributes. This will be our mainstay squash for the years to come.
This one does it all. I planted 3 seeds at periphery in raised bed and trained them over & around the outside. Very productive & versatile - harvested all summer & into the fall. Delicious round zucchini-like with sweet white flesh, it can be picked from 1 up to 4 inches. If you miss some, just let them grow & mature to a big yellow-fleshed winter squash which will keep for many months! Thick protective winter skin is impossible to pierce - instead score & use a hammer to break into chunks, then oven roast & scoop meat - wonderful mashed! Even the seeds are good roasted. Plants are susceptible to mildew - at first sign spray leaves weekly with Neem.