courgette 'All Green Bush'

courgette / zucchini / Cucurbita pepo 'All Green Bush'

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  • Position: full sun
  • Soil: fertile, moisture retentive

    Prolific and very reliable, this variety is a long-standing favourite for its generous crops of tender, dark green fruits. It is quick to mature, setting fruit earlier than most varieties and continuing to crop well into autumn. Pick the fruits when they are still small at about 10cm to enjoy the exquisite flavour at its best.

  • Growing Instructions Sow two seeds to a 10cm pot in a greenhouse or on a sunny windowsill. Pot on seedlings as they grow, keeping them well-watered and warm, then harden off and plant out in rich soil in a sunny, sheltered spot after all threat of frost has passed. Protect plants from slugs and water thoroughly in dry spells. Pick courgettes regularly to keep the harvest coming, as if they are allowed to develop into marrows the plants will stop producing new fruits.

  • Sow: April to June

  • Harvest: July to September

  • Approximate quantity: 25 seeds.

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