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COURGETTE CORNUCOPIA

With bush, trailing and climbing varieties, for small space or large, early or late, there’s a courgette for everyone, as Rob Smith explains
For most varieties you will need to allocate one square metre per plant

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Keep picking courgettes when they are small and you will prolong the cropping period.

Courgettes have to be one of the most prolific vegetables you can grow, easily giving you a minimum of two to three fruit per plant per week. Grow them in the garden or allotment and, if you choose the right variety, they can even be grown in pots in the backyard or on the patio or balcony. In the US they are known as zucchini and in South Africa they are referred to as ‘baby marrows’. Botanically, courgettes belong to the species Cucurbita pepo.They need to be eaten fresh as, like other summer squash, they don’t store well.

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In this month's issue of Kitchen Garden ... - £2814 Worth of garden goodies to be won - Get the buzz for heavier harvests 6 easy ways to bigger pickings - A taste of summer with courgettes, cherries and beetroot - Make crumbly compost in just 4 weeks! - The future of seeds post-prexit - 25 crops that sow themselves - The secret of keeping Bantams - Garden cleaning products on test - Grow a great lawn - Cauliflowers made easy