Ob rund oder lang, ob dunkel- oder hellgrün: die feinen Leckerbissen können in verschiedensten Rezepten zubereitet werden, und sind aus der mediterranen Küche nicht wegzudenken. Sogar die Blüten, im Teig frittiert, können gegessen werden.

Zucchini

crucifer, cabbage family Cucurbita pepo

Ronde de Nice (Round one from Nice, France) zucchini

This is your round zucchini! Although it has delighted the palettes of those in Italy and southern France for ages, it is new to us. The round, bright-green, and slightly striped fruits are harvested from early stages (3 cm) to large sizes (10 cm). They are used for all recipes, but are ideal for stuffing. The plant does not creep and gives a high yield.

Sow from mid-April as single seeds in 10-cm pots at about 20º C. Lightly cover seeds with loose soil or sand and keep moist. Transplant into the field from May 20th at the foot of the compost pile or in nutrient-rich soil. (Beware of slug damage!) Keep free from frost. Space individual plants at 80–100 cm on all sides.

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Sowing quantity 10 g/Are

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Price / item
Amount
19430
Portion (ca. 10 plants)
3.95 CHF
0.00 CHF
19435
25 g (8 seeds/g)
22.55 CHF
0.00 CHF

Gray Zucchini Selection Z zucchini

You can harvest these young fruits continuously. They are healthy and strong plants that do not creep. The dark green, long, and slender fruits will fill your baskets in summer—finally, fresh zucchini!

Sow from mid-April as single seeds in 10-cm pots at about 20º C. Lightly cover seeds with loose soil or sand and keep moist. Transplant into the field from May 20th at the foot of the compost pile or in nutrient-rich soil. (Beware of slug damage!) Keep free from frost. Space individual plants at 80–100 cm on all sides.

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Sowing quantity 10 g/Are

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Unit
Price / item
Amount
19400
Portion (ca. 10 plants)
3.95 CHF
0.00 CHF
19404
10 g (8 seeds/g)
13.55 CHF
Sold out
19405
25 g (8 seeds/g)
22.55 CHF
Sold out

Golden butter selection z zucchini

It is the label that brings order to your gardening workflow. This allows you to know, later on, what you have sown and when you seeded it. This ensures proper organization in the field and seedling transplant timing. You can now inscribe labels that exactly match your order from us. We charge a flat rate of CHF 3.90 per order (one label per variety).

Sow from mid-April as single seeds in 10-cm pots at about 20º C. Lightly cover seeds with loose soil or sand and keep moist. Transplant into the field from May 20th at the foot of the compost pile or in nutrient-rich soil. (Beware of slug damage!) Keep free from frost. Space individual plants at 80–100 cm on all sides.

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Sowing quantity 10 g/Are

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Unit
Price / item
Amount
19410
Portion (ca. 10 plants)
3.95 CHF
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19414
10 g (5 seeds/g)
13.55 CHF
0.00 CHF

Striped Genoa zucchini

This is a different sort of zucchini. The open bush makes harvest easy with highly visible fruits. It gives modest, not super high, yields. But what it lacks in bulk it makes up for with a unique culinary experience. These zucchinis have a rich taste that is all its own. It is a real treat!

Sow from mid-April as single seeds in 10-cm pots at about 20º C. Lightly cover seeds with loose soil or sand and keep moist. Transplant into the field from May 20th at the foot of the compost pile or in nutrient-rich soil. (Beware of slug damage!) Keep free from frost. Space individual plants at 80–100 cm on all sides.

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Item No.
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Price / item
Amount
19440
Portion (ca. 10 plants)
3.95 CHF
0.00 CHF

Sultan zucchini

For enchanting oriental dishes, this tender, light-green, and shiny zucchini presents the best choice. It is pleasing to the eye, mouth watering, and unmatched in flavour. It is normally harvested small at about 8–12 cm, but can be harvested larger at 25 cm for stuffing while it is still bright green. This variety is great for a family garden, but really shines at farmers market on fresh produce displays.

Sow from mid-April as single seeds in 10-cm pots at about 20º C. Lightly cover seeds with loose soil or sand and keep moist. Transplant into the field from May 20th at the foot of the compost pile or in nutrient-rich soil. (Beware of slug damage!) Keep free from frost. Space individual plants at 80–100 cm on all sides. Mulch is beneficial.

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Sowing quantity 25 - 30 g/Are

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Price / item
Amount
19420
Portion (ca. 10 plants)
4.50 CHF
0.00 CHF
19425
25 g (5 seeds/g)
22.55 CHF
0.00 CHF