Growing Squash: From Plant to Plate

Squash—both summer and winter varieties—are a staple garden crop, being versatile, nutritious, and prolific.

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Summer squash, like the pattypan, are harvested while still young and tender, from 50 to 70 days. Winter squash, like the Hubbard and acorn, are meant to be harvested when fully mature, around 75 to 120 days.
KAY HOLMES STAFFORD