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When I finally figured out the secret to growing zucchini vertically, it made a huge difference in production & quality!
Anna Toppi saved to plants and flowers
Zucchini is a popular veggie to grow in your garden, and it's typically quite easy to grow. Take a look at these 7 helpful tips for growing zucchini to ensure you have a prolific harvest this year! #GrowingZucchini #VegetableGardening
How to grow great zucchini in your garden even if you are a beginner! Easy tips for starting zucchini by seed and growing to harvest successfully.
Tutulehr saved to Planting a garden
Growing zucchini this season? Get more out of your garden by growing companion plants for zucchini. Here are 14 zucchini companion plants to choose from as well as 3 to avoid. #companionplanting #gardening
Jennifer Jones saved to gardening
Zucchini grows well in a raised bed. It is good news for vegetable lovers because due to limited space people are not interested in growing…
As it turns out ... you've probably been growing your zucchini all wrong. To grow healthier, more productive, zucchini plants that take up less space you need to stake them and prune them. Just like a tomato! #vegetablegardening #zucchini via @artofdoingstuff
6 Benefits of Growing Zucchini Upright: Growing summer squash vertically by trellising or in tomato cages helps to save space, encourages air circulation, and allows the squash to be more visible reducing the chance of overgrowth.
Yes, growing zucchini in pots is really possible! Many people assume that they can’t grow zucchini because, like other squash varieties, the vines like to
Marjory Cargill saved to Gardening
Yes, you can grow zucchini or summer squash in pots or containers! This family favorite is easy to grow and will give you a huge harvest. Here ’s everything you need to know to grow zucchini in containers.
Kayla Gillespie saved to Bucket Gardening
Zucchini (Cucurbita pepo var. cylindrica) is a popular mainstay in the home garden. And it’s no wonder why – sow only one or two plants and you shall receive copious amounts of green, elongated fruit.
Joyce Green saved to Veggie Garden