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    Hail coming down earlier, bet theyve been blitzed

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    Quote Originally Posted by gardro View Post
    Hail coming down earlier, bet theyve been blitzed
    Same - crazy weather today!! Blue skies again!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jingo View Post
    I've got some going on outside my back door.

    You guys call em Zucchini or something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gardro View Post
    You guys call em Zucchini or something?
    Yes that's correct, I had to Google what courgettes meant


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    Ahahahaha I couldn't figure out what the hell you guys were growing. Got a couple going myself.

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    Got these other types too and some squashes.

    Bastard pigeons been having a good look around it seem

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    Zucchini is called summer squash as well. I also have some butternut squash going. Viney things and I don't trellis them so they run all over the place.

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    [QUOTE=jingo;1071092153]Yes that's correct, I had to Google what courgettes meant

    Glad I wasn't the only one who had to google it!

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    What a flower!Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by jingo View Post
    Bout a week bro that's on the end of a nice lil courgette! Love this plant..the leaves smell well peppery too.awsomeness!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrpukka View Post
    What a flower!Click image for larger version. 

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    The flowers are edible, and quite good, stuffed zucchini flower with cheese and herbs, baked or fried just enough to melt the cheese. Use the flowers that don't have Zucchinis below them.

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    So will this flower reopen? What do I do just leave it now or pluck it off? Can I eat that flower or does my lil courgette need it still?Click image for larger version. 

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    No, it won't reopen, but it won't be good for eating, gotta get em fresh when they are open. Don't use the ones with veggies below them, use the "blind" ones.

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    The flowers only seem to open early in the morning. Also only on sunny days it seems? Is that the same with you guys?

    I did harvest 5 courgettes on Sunday and used them in a baked feta salad. Delicious they were :-)

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    My courgette plant is loving life Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrpukka View Post
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    Very nice! You seem to have a different leaf structure than I do. I've never actually grown this brand of squash before so I don't know how it's going to look.


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    Starting to get a daily harvest now! Delicious too. But the leaves are very rough/sharp. Like splinters!!


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