30 product(s) found for "Courgettes Pumpkins"
BUTTERNUT SQUASH RUGOSA
C26 - Peel and boil the squash until soft. Then simply mash it with some butter and freshly grated nutmeg. Please note that the butternut liscia we sell has a smoth skin and this variety is slightly scalloped. @25. Sow from Feb - Jun.
COURGETTE ALBARELLO OF SARZANA
C16 - 'Little tree of Sarzana' (near La Spezia). Light green fruits with a slightly bulbous end and a delicate flavour. @54. Bush. Sow Feb-Jul.
COURGETTE BLACKJACK F1
C15 - Available from mid Jan. Mid-early. Very dark green fruits look almost black. Hybrid. @18. Bush. Sow Mar-Jul.
C17 - Plump, oval fruits from Bologna. Make nice round slices for frying. Light green with a good flavour. @45 seeds Bush. Sow Mar-Jul and harvest mid Jun-end Oct.
COURGETTE CUSTARD WHITE
C10 - UFO shaped courgette which has a firmer consistency when cooked (more like white fish). Just cut into 'steaks' or slices and fry. @54. Trailing. Sow Feb-Aug. As seen on BBC Gardeners World on the 2nd of June 2006.
C11 - An early, productive courgette from Genova with light green fruits. @45. Bush. Sow mid Feb-Aug.
COURGETTE GOLDRUSH F1
C21 - A hybrid yellow variety which is vigorous plant. Thick skinned and a great variety for using raw in salads. @18. Sow Mar-Aug. Featured by Carol Klein on the BBC series 'Grow your own veg' 09/02/07.
COURGETTE GREYZINI F1
C23 - Hybrid courgette. Light green with slight dark green stripes. Pick when medium sized for best flavour. @18 Seeds. Sow Feb-Jul.
COURGETTE LUNGO BIANCA OF SICILY ON SALE - SAVE..
C20 - 'Long White'. This courgette is very light green, to the point of being 'white'. @54. Trailing. Sow Mar-Jul.
COURGETTE LUNGO OF FIRENZE
C12 - 'Long of Florence'. This courgette is a long, light green variety with light ribs along it's length. @54. Bush. Sow Feb-Jul.
COURGETTE NERO DI MILANO
C14 - 'Black of Milan'. This variety has a very dark green skin, making it look almost black. Regionally found in the Lombardia area of Italy. Productive plant with open plant habit making it easy to harvest. @45. Bush. Sow mid Mar-Mid Aug.
COURGETTE NOVODIAMANT F1
C22 - A hybrid courgette variety. A very productive plant with long intense green fruits. This plant has a long vegetative cycle. @20. Sow Mar-mid Aug.
C13 - Small/mid sized lightly rigded zucchino from Rome, of good quality and flavour. Nutty flavour, restaurant quality courgette. Highly recommended. Bush variety. @45. Sow from Feb-Jun.
COURGETTE RUGOSA FRIULANA
As seen on BBC Gardeners World TV on the 15th of Sep. This very ugly courgette variety has one of the best flavours, and is virtually the only variety you will find in the local shops and markets in the Veneto region of Italy. A must grow variety. @22 seeds. Sow Feb-Jun.
COURGETTE STRIATO D´ITALIA
C8 - The classic striped Italian Zucchini. A productive, bushy plant with medium sized fruits, producing upto 5kg of fruit per plant. @54. Sow mid Mar-Aug. Featured by Carol Klein on 'Grow your own veg' BBC2 09/02/07.
COURGETTE STRIATO OF NAPLES
C24 - Striped Neapolitan courgette. Best picked small to medium. Productive and much sought after variety. @30. Sow Mar-Jul.
COURGETTE TONDO DI NIZZA
C19 - An early bush variety which has light green skin and it's round shape makes it ideal for stuffing. Medium size fruits with white consistant flesh. @45. Sow from Mar - end of Jul.
COURGETTE TONDO DI PIACENZA
C18 - A round variety from near Parma. It's shape makes it ideal for stuffing. Bake them whole and they stay firm on the outside and go soft and creamy inside. How can you resist? @54. Bush. Sow Mar-Aug.
COURGETTE VERDE D´ITALIA
C9 - The classic green courgette of Italy. Used Nationally and a good reliable variety. @54. Bush. Sow Mar-Aug.
MIXED PUMPKINS AND SQUASHES
C1 - A selection of 10 pumpkin and squash varieties mixed together in the box consisting of pumpkins - Marina of Chioggia, Padana, Long of Naples, Berrettina Piacentina, Quintale and squashes - Butternut Rugosa, Tromba d'Albenga, Sicilian Snakes, Custard
PUMPKIN BERRETTINA PIACENTINA
C4 - 'Berret of Piacenza'. A rustic heirloom variety from the Piacenza region of Northern Italy. Knobbly, green - ash grey skin with tasty orange flesh. @9. Sow Mar - Jun.
PUMPKIN DELICA F1
C7 - A hybrid pumpkin variety with real flavour. Round, uniform small-mid fruit with dark green skin. @8-10. Sow Mar-end Jun.
PUMPKIN MARINA DI CHIOGGIA
C2 - Very old, rustic pumpkin from near Venice. Thick, knobbly skin and sweet yellow/orange flesh. Rich in Vitamin A which helps keep eyes and skin healthy. Also contains mineral salts (Calcium & Phosphorous). @9. Sow Mar-end Jun.
C3 - From the NW of Italy, this pumpkin has vertical Grey/Green and Orange ribs. Beautiful as an ornamental vegetable, but delicious to eat too. @25. Sow Mar-end Jun.
C5 - 'Tonne'. Can get extremely big. Orange skin. @12. Sow Apr-end Jun.
PUMPKIN ZUCCA OF NAPOLI
C6 - The same shape as a butternut squash, but mottled green outside with thin skin, yellow flesh and a delicate flavour. Can grow to 1 metre in length. Made in Naples. @25. Sow mid Mar-end Jun.
C27 - As used by Toby Buckland on BBC Gardeners World 23/4/10. The inside of this squash is a mass of 'spaghetti' like strands which are used in exactly the same way. They are boiled whole, the flesh scooped out with a fork and then dressed with olive oil. Sow Feb-end May
SQUASH SERPENTE DI SICILIA
C29 - 'Sicilian Snakes' - obvious to see why this unusual squash got the name. Commonly known in the US and by Sicilians as 'Cuccuzze'. Cook like a courgette. Fruits can grow over 2 metres in length !! @30. Sow Apr-Jul.
SQUASH TROMBA OF ALBENGA
C28 - Long, curved fruits. This variety is from Liguria in the alpine North of Italy. The seeds are in the bulbous end, which means you get a neck of pure meaty flesh. @25. Sow mid Mar-mid Aug.
TRIS OF ZUCCHINI
C30 - Dark, light and striped bush varieties mixed together in one packet from Genova, Milan and Naples. Sow in spring from summer and autumn harvest. £1.95