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    Posted June 11, 2012 by
    Phoenix, Arizona
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    From garden to table

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    Zucchini Squash


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     aztackman of Phoenix, Arizona, documents the various shapes and colors of his homegrown squash. Despite Arizona's scorching summer temperatures and arid climate, aztackman says the desert remains a viable environment to grow fresh vegetables.
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    I planted my squash from tiny plants April 2nd of this year.The yellow/Orange blooms are where the squash come from.There are many blooms that come and go.I read that the male blooms come out first on top of the plant.The female blooms come from the bottom of the plant.That is where the squash come from.


    The first picture is of a squah that never took on the green color of Zucchini Squash.

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