Squash - Summer, Scallop or Patty Pan Early Yellow Bush - Heirloom Vegetable Seeds The Yellow Bush Scallop Squash is a prolific producer of bright yellow fruit and has a creamy texture and slightly nutty flavor. This versatile vegetable with endless culinary uses and can be served roasted, fried, steamed, grilled with butter, or used in breads, cakes, and casseroles. FAST FACTS Name Yellow Bush Scallop Squash Botanical Name Curcubita pepo Other Common Names Patty Pan Color Yellow Size 6-8" Wide Days to Maturity 60 Days Sun / Shade Sun Hardiness Zones All PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS: Sow seeds in well-drained soil in a sunny location after the threat of the last frost has passed. Sow summer squash seeds ½" deep, and sow winter squash seeds 1" deep. If you are planting in rows, seeds should be spaced 4-6" apart and rows should be 4-6' apart. If you are planting on hills, place 3 or 4 seeds in a ring on the top of each hill, and space your hills 3-4' apart.