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Jocelyn H. Chilvers
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Patty Pan Squash
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squash flowers photo by Jocelyn H. Chilvers
for each squash plant; larger is even better.
8. Summer squash. Summer squash, especially compact varieties like this patty pan squash, can be kept in bounds when they’re container-grown. No more searching under long lengths of leaves to find the
Days to maturity: 45 to 65 for summer squash; 60 to 110 for winter squash Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Regular Favorites: Summer squash: Early Yellow Crookneck, Pic-N-Pic Hybrid and Sundance (crookneck); Benning’s Green Tint, Peter Pan
Summer squash. Summer squash, especially compact varieties like this patty pan squash, can be kept in bounds when they’re container-grown. No more searching under long lengths of leaves to find the squash before it reaches Godzilla size. And just to play it safe, look for bush varieties rather than vining
“summer squash flowers are beautiful and it will help get more into our diet ..Look for a container t” — Carla-Ann Oud Carlos
Amy Renea
Longwood Gardens Vegetable Garden
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trellis for squash or watermelon in garden. Provides shade for lettuce to grown underneath in hot summer
Grow cool crops underneath the trellis! Great for climbers such as squash, etc.
lettuce underneath, heavy slanted trellis for squash providing support and shade
space - squash climbs trellis & lettuce underneath
sturdy angled trellis for heavy climbing plants (squash or watermelon) and shady space
such as squash and watermelon because of its thickness and strength of the wood panel. Once the vines start climbing the trellis, they provide shade for lettuces underneath.
use for climbers like squash and underplant for shade - lettuces
such as squash and watermelon because of its thickness and strength of the wood panel. Once the vines start climbing the trellis, they provide shade for lettuces underneath.
“Across from the asparagus patch is a trellis laid on an angle for climbing plants. This trellis is a” — karenhanssen
FGY Architects
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Emerson Street
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of the squash court, not counting building the structure
in home squash court (and basketball hoop)
Great idea squash and basketball at home
squash court with basketball hoop
Mi squash...squash basquete...Squash and hoops...Basket on squash!...squash court hoop!
“squash court hoop!” — meagherd77
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
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Fifth Season Landscape Design & Construction
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Home Farm and Garden
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pests: Squash bugs (Anasa genus) and squash vine borers (Melittia cucurbitae) The victims: Squash, particularly butternut and summer squash; cantaloupe, watermelon The trap crop: More squash, especially blue hubbard (shown). Plant blue hubbard two weeks before planting your main crop to give the plants
Hubbard Squash - kills cucumber beetles, squash borers & other pests
plant blue hubbard squash 2 weeks before planting other squash. It is a companion plant to keep bugs off!
pests: Squash bugs (Anasa genus) and squash vine borers (Melittia cucurbitae)The victims: Squash, particularly butternut and summer squash; cantaloupe, watermelonThe trap crop: More squash, especially blue hubbard (shown). Plant blue hubbard two weeks before planting your main crop to give the plants
“The pests: Squash bugs (Anasa genus) and squash vine borers (Melittia cucurbitae) The victims: Squas” — motherhenning
Hammer & Hand
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Retro Kitchen
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Wall color. Squish squash by Benjamin Moore
retro-style Big Chill refrigerator Wall Paint - Squish Squash from Benjamin Moore
squish squash looks nice with red
paint color squish squash ben moore
Squish Squash, Benjamin Moore
Paint squish squash Benjamin moore
Wall color BMoore Squish Squash
Squish-Squash Paint 311
Squish Squash, Benjamin Moore
squish squash
“fridge” — Lou White
Berger Partnership
Sunny Garden
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watermelon, squash, pumpkins and gourds The trap crops: Amaranth, blue hubbard squash, zucchini Shown: Amaranth
watermelon, squash, pumpkins and gourds The trap crops: Amaranth, blue hubbard squash, zucchini Shown: Amaranth Berger Partnership Landscape Architects & Designers Sunny Garden Jeffrey Coupland Photography & Berger Partnership URL http://www.bergerpartnership.com
watermelon, squash, pumpkins and gourdsThe trap crops: Amaranth, blue hubbard squash, zucchiniShown: Amaranth
“Design” — Kathy Eppler
ecocentrix landscape architecture
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Victorian Edible Garden - South Pasadena
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winter squash, such as banana squash and melon squash, whose fruits can reach 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 feet in length. To conserve space, try growing squash up on a very sturdy frame or trellis. This works for most squash, though zucchini seems to be an exception. Caution: Do not overplant. Too many squash plants
summer squash growing up a pole.
winter squash, such as banana squash and melon squash, whose fruits can reach 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 feet in length. To conserve space, try growing squash up on a very sturdy frame or trellis. This works for most squash, though zucchini seems to be an exception.Caution: Do not overplant. Too many squash plants
“Leave more space for the largest winter squash, such as banana squash and melon squash, whose fruits” — Yesel Hyatt
Amy Renea
Butternut
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slugs and squash bugs. Remove them once the plants start blossoming to ensure pollination. If squash borers are a problem, look for resistant varieties.
Cloth ties to help support the heavy squash and to avoid bottom rot
winter squash to prevent rot. Support fruit on a trellis with a cloth bag or netting. The fruit will be heavy, so make sure your support is sturdy. Aphids, cucumber beetles, cutworms, mites, nematodes and the aptly named squash borers and squash bugs may cause problems. Powdery and downy mildews can
winter squash to prevent rot. Support fruit on a trellis with a cloth bag or netting. The fruit will be heavy, so make sure your support is sturdy.Aphids, cucumber beetles, cutworms, mites, nematodes and the aptly named squash borers and squash bugs may cause problems. Powdery and downy mildews can be
“Care: Water deeply after planting and water regularly throughout the growing season; about 1 inch pe” — Yesel Hyatt
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