Growing Squash for Cooking

Growing squash is easy and there are many summer and winter varieties to grow and cook with.

Find recipes as well as growing and harvesting tips for the ingredients in “The Four Season Farm Gardener’s Cookbook.”
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Gardeners love to grow summer squash because they’re an easy crop and so productive.
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If you’re picking the flowers for cooking, do so first thing in the morning while they are wide open.
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There is a wide variety of winter squash to choose from, in many shapes, sizes and colors.
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