The Q&A Archives: Where CAN'T zucchini grow?

Question: I am doing a science project with my class and we are identifying where fruits & vegetables can grow. We got stumped on zucchini. It looks like it can be grown almost anywhere in the US, yes? If not, where CAN'T it grow? Your speedy response is appreciated.

Answer: Zucchini is a warm season squash so the only place it won't grow is somewhere without a summer. Everywhere in the U.S. has a summer season so it will grow anywhere in the U. S. However, outside the U. S., I'd vote for Antarctica as the only place it won't grow - except in a greenhouse.

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