Zucchini da Fiori, a variety that is supposed to produce more male blossoms for those of us who love to eat the blossoms as much as, or perhaps more than, the zucchini themselves.
As you can see, the less prolific nature of this variety is more than made up for by the size of the individual zucchinis. Does it matter if one of these babies doesn't get pollinated?
I wonder what would happen if one of these got left on the plant for a week? I hope I don't find out . . .