A French variety that produces a large amount of small, round light green zucchinis with white markings. Tastiest when picked under 10cm, use steamed or stir fried with other vegetables. The delicate flesh and skin bruise easily, which is why they are not seen in supermarkets. The larger ones tend to hollow out, making them ideal for stuffing. 15 seeds
Popular for over 150 years, this easy-to-grow zucchini has a curiously bent, swan-necked. A bush variety that produces an abundance of fruit best eaten young when it has a sweet, buttery flavour & firm texture. 30 seeds.
A Lebanese zucchini with a sweet nutty flavour. The light green, tapered fruits are best pick 8-14 cm long for the best flavour, but they do maintain flavour when larger as well. Use in stir fries, zucchini slice, pickled, steamed or stuffed. The earliest and longest cropping zucchinis we have come across. 10 seeds.
The classic zucchini that produces a high yields and has a robust, upright growing habit that allows easy picking. ‘Black Beauty’ is a very dark green, glossy skinned variety with creamy, white flesh. It produces fruit over a long period. 12 seeds.
An Italian heirloom that is one of the best tasting zucchinis around. A great nutty flavour with a firm flesh and texture whether cooked or raw. Can also be picked young with the flowers still attached for the gourmet meal. The skins are prominently ribbed and green with pale green flecks. 20 seeds.
A pale green Zucchini with slight veins produces high yields of cylindrical, early fruit on shortened internodes. This groundcovering, trailing vegetable needs a sheltered, warm position with plenty of watering and good friable soil, with lots of mulch to keep the soil moist. Harvest regularly when fruit is medium sized. 8 seeds