The weather has been unseasonably warm but that doesn't help me
much since I'm on the north side of a hill and the Sun doesn't get above
the tree line now. Still, I get a few tomatoes from time to time (mostly
Chagrined at maiming my zucchini with coffee grounds, I still got my
supply of summer squash from a plant variously called Climbing
Zucchini,Tromboncino, Trombocino, Zucchetta Rampicante, or Italian
Trombone Squash 'Tromba d'Albenga' (Cucurbita moschata)
The flavor is like a mild artichoke, to my taste, and the seeds are
only found in the bulbous end. It started producing for me in June and
there are still small ones developing which I could eat now or wait for
possible further growth. It grows on a trellis and doesn't take much
space. I've grown it for two years and plan to make it a permanent
fixture in my garden.
Does anyone have other success stories to tell?
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