I’ve been looking at these for a few days; wondering why they weren’t growing. So I had a check today. Turns out, it’s all a bit cold and damp. The one thing that has germinated is the crimson sweet watermelon. Have rummaged in the seed box and resown. Only one or two were summer squashes. Rest were winter squashes.
On the other hand:
These are the first cohort. We has assorted squashes and cukes in there.
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I always seem to have squash problems. Too many of one and not enough of another! Glad it’s not just me.
Last year we had several summer courgettes. Patty pan and yellow scallop were the surprise. Bush baby marrow and striato di Napoli the most prolific. No pumpkins as of yet though!
My favourite is sweet dumpling. But the only time we had great success we gave the wrong plants away a neighbour had tonnes and wasn’t convinced they were edible!
Tried that last year. Only got two fruit. Was oven roasted with sweet potato, mixed herbs and chilli. Still it didn’t taste of anything!
Oh ours were delicious.
Maybe we’ll have better luck next time 😉
It’s all about optimism!
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