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Re: I think this is my zucchini

I've grown that one for years, Theresa, and it is also one of my
favorites.  Didn't have any luck this year, though,  Chipmunks
ate all the seed I planted.  I couldn't figure out why none of my
squash or sunflowers ever came up until I found a neat pile of
hulls beside a chipmunk hole after the third or fourth planting.
Just one more disaster in this disastrous sumer.
In a message dated 9/24/2008 6:21:41 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
macycat3@sbcglobal.net writes:

I got a new variety at the farmer's market in spring and of course lost 
the tag- but I think this is it!  I love it!  The fruit is firmer, cooks 
better (doesn't turn to mush), very tasty and has fabulous blossoms that 
are really yummy to eat too.  Granted, it is vining and one plant is 
plenty- but I don't really mind that it climbs all around the outside of 
the garden bed.



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