Courgettes

HomeFarmHomeFarm West MidlandsPosts: 36
We had some delicious courgettes this year from our plant - the season is obviously over and the courgette has started to get mew growth. What should I do - will it survive in the drug to next year?
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  • treehugger80treehugger80 Posts: 1,856
    as long as we don't get frosts the plant will continue on, however the fruit only sets when the temperature is high enough
  • Hostafan1Hostafan1 Posts: 21,296
    my courgettes are in full swing now, no signs of them slowing down
    Devon.
  • HomeFarmHomeFarm West MidlandsPosts: 36
    Hostafan1 said:
    my courgettes are in full swing now, no signs of them slowing down
    Mine are done, and I guess they won't flower again.
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  • HomeFarmHomeFarm West MidlandsPosts: 36
    as long as we don't get frosts the plant will continue on, however the fruit only sets when the temperature is high enough
    Thanks. I won't yank them, and leave them till next year, covering them over the winter to prevent the frost from getting them.
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  • treehugger80treehugger80 Posts: 1,856
    even with covers the frost will still get them, your best bet is wait till the frost kills them and then remove them
  • HomeFarmHomeFarm West MidlandsPosts: 36
    even with covers the frost will still get them, your best bet is wait till the frost kills them and then remove them
    OK - will do.
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