An edible squash having huge, elongated greenish good fresh fruit.
a name directed at several varieties of squash, esp. into Boston marrow, an ovoid good fresh fruit, pointed at both ends, along with reddish-yellow skin, and to the veggie marrow, a number of an ovoid type, and achieving a soft surface and fine-grain resembling marrow.
some of numerous squash flowers grown for his or her elongated fresh fruit with smooth dark-green epidermis and whitish flesh
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