From Tatiana's TOMATOBase
- C. pepo. Very productive. Grown for its naked, hulless tasty seeds. The flesh could be used in recipes called for zucchini, it is light-colored and not sweet. Seeds are nutritious and rich in protein, great roasted or raw.
Year grown: 2011
- Developed by Allan K. Stoner of the USDA in 1972. Named after a Lady Govida, who, unclothed, rode her horse through the crowded Coventry marketplace in 1057.