...so I've decided, rather last minute, that I'd really like to save seeds from my 'zucchini gold' plant. It did really well and it's still producing despite the stress of powdery mildew, extreme heat/humidity, and my neglect in the form of being surrounded by weeds. I'm going to bag one of the female flowers. But... there's a good chance the only male flower I'll have is from the green zucchini. If that's the case, what kind of zucchini would I end up with? Would there be some yellow and some green, or would they all be yellowish-green mutts? Or are the squashes all too weird on crossing to predict? Should I just skip it if there's no male flower on the yellow?