Pumpkin & Squash Patch (12 Plants) Organic

This product is exempt from any promotions, discounts and express delivery | Despatch from Late April

The Pumpkin & Squash Patch is a collection of 12 organic plants with courgettes, pumpkins, winter squashes and summer squashes to provide you with colourful and tasty vegetables throughout the summer and autumn months
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Pack Content: 12 Plants
Product Code: VEG-165
Delivery: £4.95 P&P
Price: £14.95
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Plants are delivered from late April to July

Minimum Quantity on Veg Plant Orders is Three Packs (any varieties)

Delivery from Late April onwards

The Pumpkin & Squash Patch is a collection of 12 organic plants with courgettes, pumpkins, winter squashes and summer squashes to provide you with colourful and tasty vegetables throughout the summer and autumn months.

These plants will create a superb vegetable patch, requiring approx. 5m2, and will be great additions to many dishes and the pumpkins can be carved for halloween!

Plants include:-

  • 2 x Jack o'Lantern Pumpkin
  • 2 x Yellow Courgette
  • 2 x Butternut Squash
  • 2 x Uchiki Kuri Winter Squash
  • 2 x Honeybear Winter Squash
  • 2 x Courgette 
  • Organic Pumpkin & Squash Plants
  • Supplied as 12 plants
  • Mix of pumpkins, squashes and courgettes
  • Requires approx. 5m2
  • Delivery from Late April onwards
  • Allow up to 3 weeks for delivery

Growing Advice

The plants enjoy full sun and plenty of space. Squash and pumpkins are hungry plants so make sure you dig in plenty of organic fertiliser when you plant them.

These plants grow well outside, so if you have the space then go for a raised bed or similar, but they will grow well in pots too, allow 1.5m between plants.

Plant them outside when the risk of frost has passed and the weather has warmed up, until then keep them in pots under cover. Water regularly and thoroughly to encorage the fruits to swell. Keep an eye out for powdery mildew on the leaves. 

It is easy to know when to harvest the fruit based on their size. Cut them off with a knife and cut as close as possible to the squash at the stem.

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