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Thoroughly worked soil with a rich layer of compost makes a perfect medium for your to plant zucchini in your garden. Get a detailed look at the entire process in this free video on vegetable gardening. Expert: Ali Reynolds Contact: Bio: Ali Reynolds owns and operates a small organic nursery. She has a master gardener’s certificate as well as a landscape and gardening certificate, and has gardened for more than 35 years. Filmmaker: Mike Phillips Series Description: If you’d like to make your green thumb a little greener, dive into these useful tips on vegetable gardening and then watch your garden grow! A professional gardener explains and demonstrates in this free video series. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsVegetable Gardening : How to Plant Raised Vegetable BedsVegetable Gardening : How to Design a Vegetable GardenVegetable Gardening: Growing Zucchini / Courgette: How to GrowVegetable Gardening : Compatible Planting of Garden VegetablesVegetable Gardening : How to Control Ants in Vegetable GardensVegetable Gardening : How to Plant a Vegetable Garden for Children Step by Step

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  • Im a pony 1 year ago

    will grow

  • Pai Wang 1 year ago

    Thanks for your excellent tips.

  • Zoma Islam 1 year ago

    Oh hello! Have you ever tried – zrumplina diy aquaponics (do a search on google)? Ive seen some great things about it and my brother in law grew excellent fruits with it.

  • Shelita Williams 1 year ago

    Thanks pretty lady great video!!! 

  • Enedina Writes 1 year ago

    Do you have any advice about transplanting them? Are the roots sensitive? 

  • Sheds Direct 1 year ago

    Demonstrating on how to grow zucchini plants in your garden is very overwhelming! I found this video quite interesting and I am thankful for sharing your thoughts regarding on this matter. Another set of information are added in my knowledge.

  • Gus Alien 1 year ago

    Yes they are nice.
    Don't forget to save some seeds so next year you will have more than just one plant 😉
    What variety you have?

  • Julie Michaud 1 year ago

    Thank you Gus! i planted and now the zucchinis are taking over my entire garden! and that is with only one plant! wow, it's going to be delicious!

  • Gus Alien 1 year ago

    Depends the variety of Zucchini you have.
    If i can speak in general… from the day you will put the seeds… it takes 40-60 days to have zucchinis… and from there it keeps producing for an other 70-90 days.

  • Gus Alien 1 year ago

    Why spend the seeds?
    Yet, if you deside to follow the way it say in the video and put 4 seeds in one hole, place them like an inch away from each other… that way it will be easier to separate their roots when you take them out for relocation.
    I personally start the seeds in 2 inch pots first…one seed per pot… it's easier to control them… take them inside if the weather goes bad etc etc. When they become 7-8 inches tall i put them in their final position.
    Good luck 🙂

  • Gus Alien 1 year ago

    Yes, she mean in the same spot/hole.
    I would say… you don't have to waste 4 seeds to take only 2 plants.
    Even the weaker/slower plants, will develop just fine if you give them some time. Don't clip them.
    Zucchini seeds grow 9 out of 10 times. So easy.
    It takes about a week, 10 days maximum depending the weather, to see the first leafs.
    So i suggest to put one seed per hole and even if one or two don't come out, you have time to put a new seed at that spot so you won't have unused space.

  • Julie Michaud 1 year ago

    Do you plant the four seeds in the same little spots and then thin it out to two OR do your plant one seed and then another one in another spot?

  • Sweet Mac 1 year ago

    Do you know the lifespan of a zucchini plant? I can't seem find any info on this.