Courgette Seeds & Squash Seeds

Courgette Seeds & Squash Seeds

You can find many summer and winter squash seeds, and many unusual courgette seeds in our online catalouge. Growing different varieties can provide you with fruits for many months and the winter ones can be stored in a cool, dry place for long period. We have bush and climbing/vine varieties so no matter if you are short of space, you can always sqeeze a squash plant into your garden or allotment plot. Check out our full range of quality seeds and buy your seed packets today. Growing your whole garden from seeds is much more fun and cheaper too than buying plants from the garden centre.

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  • Tromboncino Albenga is a climbing courgette with long, curled white fruits, which can grow 1 metre long; but best harvested when about 30 cm long. The plants are very vigorous and can grow up to 3 metres tall. A really popular Italian courgette, which is a lot of fun to grow. On of our best...

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  • All Green Bush Courgette is a high yielding variety. The best to harvest when the fruits are 10 - 15 cm long. Ideal to produce mini courgettes. Crops for a long period of time if harvested regularly. An excellent vegetable seed to sow and grow for kids, as it is easy to care for and raise...

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  • Courgette Atena Polka F1 is a yellow skinned courgette. Good quality flesh and thin skin, best harvested up to 25 cm long. Check out our great choice of courgette and squash seeds we have on offer, one of the all time favourite courgette is the variety Black Beauty. Sow the courgette seeds late...

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  • Courgette Black Beauty is a standard, dark green skinned courgette, very easy to grow. The strong growing plants crop for a long period, providing 10 or more fruits. Sow the courgette seeds late March through April under glass for growing in the greenhouse, or late April through May to...

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  • Courgette Early Gem F1 is a very early variety. Slim dark green fruits with a lighter green stripe. Also can be used to produce small marrows if left on the plant longer. Sow the Early Gem courgette seed late March through April under glass for growing in the greenhouse, or late April through...

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  • Popular Variety among children. Use as a normal courgette. Great to slice, roast, stuff. It gives an unusual look to your food and to your garden and allotment plot. Sow from late March through April under glass for growing in the greenhouse, or late April through May to transplant outdoors....

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  • Popular Variety among children.Use as a normal courgette. Great to slice, roast, stuff. It gives an unusual look to your food and to you garden and allotment plot. Sow from late March through April under glass for growing in the greenhouse, or late April through May to...

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  • Green trailing marrow needs lots of space to grow as it is a trailing variety. The strong growing plants produce large fruits wich have dark green skin with paler stripes. Regarded by many gardeners as the best tasting marrow. Grows very well in the UK climate. Sow the marrow seeds late March...

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  • Long Green Bush marrow produce big, bushy plants. The strong growing plants produce large fruits wich have dark green skin with paler stripes. Easy to grow. Sow the long green bush marrow seeds late March through April under glass for growing in the greenhouse, or late April through May to...

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  • Courgette Nero di Milano is a medium early dark green courgette. The fruits are about 20 cm long. The plants have open habit for easy picking. If you are a novice gardener this is a great vegetable to grow, as these vegetable seeds are easy to germinate, easier than other fruiting vegetables, and...

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  • Summer squash sunburst is an F1 hybrid variety. The vigorous plants produce plenty of yellow skinned, scallop edged fruits. Excellent for baby fruit and standard size production.  Growing squash in your home garden is easy. A few seeds and the right growing conditions can provide you with...

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  • White bush type summer squash. The prolific plants produce 5-10 white skinned, scallop edged fruits. Excellent for baby fruit and standard size production. The patty pan type fruits give an added interest to any garden. Summer squashes are just as easy to grow as any courgette, marrow. Sow...

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  • Cornell's bush delicata winter squash produces small, elongated fruits. An old, heirloom variety. The plants spread onbly about a metre. The skin of the squash is pale green with dark stripes, stores for 3-4 months during the autumn-winter. The rich, orange flesh has really sweet taste and...

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  • Crown Prince has grey skin and bright orange flesh. Excellent sweet and nutty flavour. The fruits are round and flat, can be stored for months. Sow the Crown Prince seeds from late March through April under glass for growing in the greenhouse, or late April through May to transplant outdoors....

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  • Honey Bear is a hybrid squash. The mini acorn fruits are just the right size halved for one serving. Fruits are only 0.5 kg. Excellent starchy and sweet flavour. Compact plants are resistant to powdery mildew. All American Selection winner. Sow the Honey Bear seeds from late April under glass...

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  • This trailing Little Gem squash produces many cricket ball sized, dark green fruits. Dark orange, sweet flesh. Very productive plant. Sow the gem squash from late April under glass for growing in the greenhouse, or through May to transplant outdoors. Seeds can also be sown direct outdoors, in a...

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