Jan 17, 2020

Grow Zucchini

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== Steps ==
 
== Steps ==
 
=== Preparing to Plant===
 
=== Preparing to Plant===
#Decide how you’re going to start your zucchini. There are two general methods of propagating zucchini - either by planting seeds, or by purchasing a small pre-existing zucchini plant and transplanting it to your garden. If you choose to grow your zucchini from seeds, you’ll have to start your seeds 4-6 weeks prior to the planting time outdoors for your environment/location. Grabbing a pre-potted plant is always easier and less time-consuming, but may not be as fulfilling as starting your zucchini from seeds.[[Image:Grow Zucchini Step 1 Version 2.jpg|center]]
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#Decide how you’re going to start your zucchini. There are two general methods of propagating [[Eat Zucchini|zucchini]] - either by planting seeds, or by purchasing a small pre-existing zucchini plant and transplanting it to your garden. If you choose to grow your zucchini from seeds, you’ll have to start your seeds 4-6 weeks prior to the planting time outdoors for your environment/location. Grabbing a pre-potted plant is always easier and less time-consuming, but may not be as fulfilling as starting your zucchini from seeds.[[Image:Grow Zucchini Step 1 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#*There are a few kinds of zucchini, but the squash are all generally the same. You might see zucchini as classified as ‘open habit’ or ‘dense habit’, which refers to the way the leaves grow on the bush (sprawling/vine-y or bush-like).
 
#*There are a few kinds of zucchini, but the squash are all generally the same. You might see zucchini as classified as ‘open habit’ or ‘dense habit’, which refers to the way the leaves grow on the bush (sprawling/vine-y or bush-like).
 
#*Most bush varieties of zucchini are considered summer squash, while vine varieties are considered winter squash.
 
#*Most bush varieties of zucchini are considered summer squash, while vine varieties are considered winter squash.


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