Is July Too Late to Seed Straight Neck Yellow Squash in Zone 5?

Answer Gardeners in U.S. Department of Agriculture Plant Hardiness Zone 5 can plant straight-neck squash in July, with a few caveats. Straight-neck squash matures in 40 to 50 days from seed, depending on ... Read More »

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How to Grow Long-Neck Yellow Squash?

Long-neck yellow squash is a delicate variety of summer squash that is usually grown outdoors during warm summer months. Yellow squash has nutrients such as manganese and Vitamin C and is extremely... Read More »

How to Steam Long Neck Yellow Squash?

Long neck yellow squash is sometimes called straightneck squash and very similar in taste, shape and texture to zucchini. Squash can be prepared in a variety of ways; most gourds and squashes can b... Read More »

What is a yellow squash?

Yellow squash refers to any of several squash varieties with yellow or golden skin, according to The Nibble, a magazine dedicated to specialty foods. Yellow squash varieties include crookneck, patt... Read More »

How far apart do you plant yellow squash?

Yellow squash, also known as summer squash, can be planted from early spring until midsummer. According to the University of Illinois, sow two to three seeds, in well-drained soil, 24 to 36 inches ... Read More »