Butterblossom Zucchini was developed for its blossoms for use in cooking.
The plan produces a high proportion of large, firm male blooms, the most desirable ones. For the largest amount of male blossoms, remove the female ones (sic.)
If the plant is allowed to produced zucchini, the skin of the zucchini is medium green and the flavour is considered good.
45 days to maturity.
An open pollinated plant.
Clip zucchini blossoms just before they open. Don’t wash. Wrap them in plastic wrap or put in a sealed plastic storage bag and refrigerate. Wash before use.
Butterblossom Zucchini was developed by Thomas A. Natti (University of New Hampshire.) During development, the plant was referred to as “SQ 208.” Released 1987.