The shape looks just like a green squash. Was that the only one or did you have more than one plant that grew them? If it's only one plant, maybe it had a little mutation in color.
Yes, just one plant. Everything else is normal. Even the little babies on this plant are that color.
BTW, the teapot in this photo was purchased in 1833 and has been in my family ever since. Amazing, isn't it.
Yes. That's 188 years! You better make sure that's in a safe place, where it won't break or get mishandled.
Just discovered your blog and love it! We planted limelight zucchini and it looks like your picture only no ridges. It was wonderfully resisitant to squash bugs, produced prolifically, and even if it grew too big, the seeds were still small! Plan to replace all the dark green zucchini with this variety.
I'll have to remember that! Thanks.
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