Courgette & Cucumber Plants

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Courgettes come in a wide array of shapes and flavours, from gold and white varieties, to the tender and trustworthy crops that produce all the way through until Autumn. Cucumbers now come in miniature, round, and ‘long’ types, and many are resistant to the dreaded powdery mildew!

Once established after their seedling stage, courgette and cucumber plants really get motoring and put on growth quickly – especially if kept moist and liquid fed. We like to use comfrey feed. Planting organic plug plants is also a natural aid in the control of slugs, as they prefer. . . Show More >

Courgettes come in a wide array of shapes and flavours, from gold and white varieties, to the tender and trustworthy crops that produce all the way through until Autumn. Cucumbers now come in miniature, round, and ‘long’ types, and many are resistant to the dreaded powdery mildew!

Once established after their seedling stage, courgette and cucumber plants really get motoring and put on growth quickly – especially if kept moist and liquid fed. We like to use comfrey feed. Planting organic plug plants is also a natural aid in the control of slugs, as they prefer the softer leaves of younger plants. Watering whilst your plants are establishing is important, ensuring that the soil remains damp. Many shop-bought cucumbers are grown hydroponically in soilless conditions, which offer a completely different (and many say watered down) taste profile. We recommend placing cardboard or fabric around the courgettes for weed control and some gardeners even like to use straw. These plants need a little support if grown in containers, so make sure you have trellis or suspended wiring if growing in a greenhouse. Mulching is also great, especially for courgettes, as it will deter dreaded powdery mildew.


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Courgettes come in a wide array of shapes and flavours, from gold and white varieties, to the tender and trustworthy crops that produce all the way through until Autumn. Cucumbers now come in miniature, round, and ‘long’ types, and many are resistant to the dreaded powdery mildew!

Once established after their seedling s. . . Show More >

Courgettes come in a wide array of shapes and flavours, from gold and white varieties, to the tender and trustworthy crops that produce all the way through until Autumn. Cucumbers now come in miniature, round, and ‘long’ types, and many are resistant to the dreaded powdery mildew!

Once established after their seedling stage, courgette and cucumber plants really get motoring and put on growth quickly – especially if kept moist and liquid fed. We like to use comfrey feed. Planting organic plug plants is also a natural aid in the control of slugs, as they prefer the softer leaves of younger plants. Watering whilst your plants are establishing is important, ensuring that the soil remains damp. Many shop-bought cucumbers are grown hydroponically in soilless conditions, which offer a completely different (and many say watered down) taste profile. We recommend placing cardboard or fabric around the courgettes for weed control and some gardeners even like to use straw. These plants need a little support if grown in containers, so make sure you have trellis or suspended wiring if growing in a greenhouse. Mulching is also great, especially for courgettes, as it will deter dreaded powdery mildew.


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Courgettes come in a wide array of shapes and flavours, from gold and white varieties, to the tender and trustworthy crops that produce all the way through until Autumn. Cucumbers now come in miniature, round, and ‘long’ types, and many are resistant to the dreaded powdery mildew!

Once established after their seedling stage, courgette and cucumber plants really get motoring and put on growth quickly – especially if kept moist and liquid fed. We like to use comfrey feed. Planting organic plug plants is also a natural aid in the control of slugs, as they prefer the softer leaves of younger plants. Watering whilst your plants are establishing is important, ensuring that the soil remains damp. Many shop-bought cucumbers are grown hydroponically in soilless conditions, which offer a completely different (and many say watered down) taste profile. We recommend placing cardboard or fabric around the courgettes for weed control and some gardeners even like to use straw. These plants need a little support if grown in containers, so make sure you have trellis or suspended wiring if growing in a greenhouse. Mulching is also great, especially for courgettes, as it will deter dreaded powdery mildew.

Courgettes come in a wide array of shapes and flavours, from gold and white varieties, to the tender and trustworthy crops that produce all the way through until Autumn. Cucumbers now come in miniature, round, and ‘long’ types, and many are resistant to the dreaded powdery mildew!

Once established after their seedling stage, courgette and cucumber plants really get motoring and put on growth quickly – especially if kept moist and liquid fed. We like to use comfrey feed. Planting organic plug plants is also a natural aid in the control of slugs, as they prefer the softer leaves of younger plants. Watering whilst your plants are establishing is important, ensuring that the soil remains damp. Many shop-bought cucumbers are grown hydroponically in soilless conditions, which offer a completely different (and many say watered down) taste profile. We recommend placing cardboard or fabric around the courgettes for weed control and some gardeners even like to use straw. These plants need a little support if grown in containers, so make sure you have trellis or suspended wiring if growing in a greenhouse. Mulching is also great, especially for courgettes, as it will deter dreaded powdery mildew.

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