Sow: March to June
Flowers: June to August
Where: In full sun. Large containers, vegetable patch, front of flower borders
How many seeds? Average 10 seeds.
Also known as: Cucurbita pepo, Zucchini, Summer Squash
Courgette Flowers ‘Green Bush’
Courgettes are an easy to grow summer crop which produce abundant fruits as well as brightly coloured and versatile yellow flowers. The fruit can be sliced and eaten raw in salads, baked, roasted, grilled, fried or added to pasta dishes. Courgette flowers are popular in restaurants, either on their own, or attached to young courgettes. They are most commonly stuffed with a cheese filling or used to make fritters but there are many other ways to make use of these delightful flowers and the courgettes themselves including as an addition to salads, pasta dishes and soups.
Presentation Pack includes:-
Growing & Harvesting Courgette Instructions
Courgette Flower Eating Guide
Courgette FlowerRecipe Leaflet
Edible Flower Recipe Cards incl:
How to make courgette fritters
How to make floral ice bowls and cubes
Refill Packs include:-Flower Seeds only