Climbing Courgette Tromboncino Albenga 10 seeds

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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 seller and prolific variety the other Italian courgette Nero di Milano.

Sow the climbing courgette seeds late March through April under glass for growing in the greenhouse, or late April through May to transplant outdoors. Seeds can also be sown direct outdoors, in a finely prepared bed, from late May. Sow some of the courgette seeds every two weeks during the season up to until early July, this way you will have a great supply of courgettes till late autumn. Keep the last sown plants in the greenhouse to extend the season.

Sow the Tromboncino Albenga seeds about 2 cm deep in 7.5 cm pots of good compost or in seed cells, 1-2 seeds per pot/cell, so you can save the stronger seedlings.

Transplant the seedlings into bigger pots when they are large enough to handle.

Place in a propagator before transplanting outside to acclimatise the plants to the outdoor conditions. Leave around 60 cm between the plants when planting into final position.

Support nedded with this variety. You can grow it amongst your runner beans, or up un fences, trellises.

Pick the courgette fruits regularly to encourage further production. One plant should produce 6-10 fruits. The bushy plants can be grown in larger containers, growing bags.

Save the seeds by leaving the fruits on the plant till they reach about 50 cm and then just scoop out the courgette seeds and dry them on a newspaper. Store them in a cool and dry place. Our courgette seeds are extremly great value for money (30 seeds for just 99p), allowing you to share the packet with your gardening freinds, or just grow many courgette planst yourself.

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