Patty Pan squash, also referred to as Scallop squash, is a variety of summer squash. It has a light, mild flavor and is great for adding to many different recipes. They are round and flat in shape and can be white, green, or yellow in color.
Instead of planting your Scallop squash in a garden bed, you can also plant them in a pot. Choose a large pot that has a drainage hole or a large grow bag, that is at least 10 to 12 inches wide and also 10 inches deep.
Scallop squash does best in rich, well-drained soil with a pH of 6.1 to 6.5. However, it should do just fine in any rich, well-drained soil.
Summer squash does best in temperatures between 65 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit.
It is important to know when to harvest Patty Pan squash in order to enjoy it at its best. Most of the time they will be ready within 45-70 days of planting. You can start picking Patty Pan squash when they are about two inches in diameter
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