Common name: courgette (parts of Europe), garden marrow, ltalian squash, ong marrow, vegetable marrow (Britain), zucchini (Italy, U.S.), zucchini squash
Use the botanical name when ordering seeds (bulbs, etc.) or when looking up information in the library. Common names vary by nation, culture, and region, and sometimes the same common name is applied to different plants.
Origin: Derived from summer squash of Central America (grown by 5500 B.C.E.). Italians in Milan developed zucchini in the late 1800s and gave it its name.
History: Italians in Milan developed zucchini in the late 1800s and gave it its name. Zucchini became popular among Italian immigrants in the Los Angeles area after the end of World War I. Zucchini is now more popular than all other forms of squash combined.
Non-toxic to animals: The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) Animal Poison Control Center has determined that zucchini squash has not been reported as having systemic effects on animals or as having intense effects on the gastrointestinal tract. ASPCA
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