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Not everyone has a large garden, an allotment, a vegetable plot to grow vegetables.
That doesn’t mean you can’t still grow a few home-grown, fresh vegetables when you want them. If you have room for a pot, grow bag, or even a window box.of any size then there is nothing to stop you from having a go at growing your own.
Winter Squash Uchiki Kuri
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Saturday, 9 January 2016 | Mike
For me, Last year was terrible for squash, these were the only reliable variety which provided a good crop.
Tuesday, 11 March 2014 | Rosanna
Tried these as new crop 2013 on recommendation of review. Were easy to grow, harvested a bumper crop and stores well - still using now. Will buy again this year.
Monday, 27 January 2014 | Victoria
These plants grew really well and produced a huge crop of squash 1-1.5kg in weight. They have excellent flavour for soups and curry well. Thankfully they also store superbly as I grew far more than I could eat!
Much better than Butternut.
Monday, 22 October 2012 | Patrick
I have only grown Butternut squashes in previous years and have always found that success depends very much on how warm the summer is. This year (the dreadful summer of 2012) I grew 3 Butternut plants and 3 Uchiki Kuri plants resulting in no usable fruits from the Butternuts but 19 usable fruits from the Uchiki Kuri. I consider the flavour to be comparable but fruiting is obviously far more dependable in a poor summer. It is Uchiki Kuri for me from now on.
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