Summer Squash

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Storage:

You should store your summer squash in a perforated plastic bag for about a week. You don’t want excess moisture building up on the vegetable, so wipe them dry if they are getting wet.

For squash blossoms, you will want to use them as soon as possible, no more than 2 days after getting them. They actually keep best at 50°F (for a week!) but unless you have a root cellar, you will probably have to put them in the fridge and simply use them quickly.

Varieties:

Summer squash takes on many different shapes and forms. We typically grow a wide variety and 2012 is no different. They are slowly starting to ripen and we will update with more variety pictures as they come in!

Patty Pan

Black Beauty Zucchini

Magda Squash

Yellow Straightneck

Squash Blossoms