Disease-resistant yellow zucchini. High-yielding, nearly spineless plants with an open growth habit making it easy to harvest blemish-free fruit. Excellent disease resistance keeps the plant productive over a long season. Medium-dark yellow color. Packet: 20 seeds. Days to Maturity or Bloom: 48 HARVEST: Sow every 2-3 weeks for consistent supply. Cut or gently twist off young fruit. Handle with care to avoid scratching fruits. Harvest regularly, 2-3 times/week depending on age of plants and daylight.HARVEST SQUASH BLOSSOMS: Male blossoms have thin stems, females have thick stems and a bulbous base where fruit is developing. Harvest male/female blossoms at midday, when fully open, for use in salads or for stuffing. If squash crop is desired, harvest only male flowers, being certain to leave a few to pollinate female flowers. Clip flowers from vine 1-2″ below flower base with sharp scissors or pruners.STORAGE: Refrigerate fruit at 32-50°F (0-10°C), 80-90% RH, for 1-2 weeks. Store blossoms in water in the refrigerator for up to 2 days.