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Ate my first tromboncino tonight

Posted by gardener_sandy z7 VA (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 1, 09 at 22:04

Sliced, battered, and fried. Delicious! Better than zukes.

And the one plant is so happy it's taking over the garden. I'm amazed more people don't grow this. I had never heard about it until this year when I was trying to learn more about veggies that do well on trellises. This one isn't vertical but is becoming a ground cover plant in all the spare space in the end of the garden, winding around rose bushes and marigolds and other things. It's one very healthy plant!

Sandy


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RE: Ate my first tromboncino tonight

Sounds beautiful and delicious! I'm growing Old Timey Cornfield Pumpkin, from Rodger Winn, in NC. Don't know how it would be as a summer squash, since I don't want to cut one green this year. But it is doing an incredible job of covering up an entire garden.

George
Tahlequah, OK


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RE: Ate my first tromboncino tonight

i just SEEDED my first tromoncino..... i hope i have enough time this season here in zone 7a.... wish me luck !!!!!


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