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3 Organic 'Tromboncino Albenga' Courgette Plants Vegetables
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3 Organic 'Tromboncino Albenga' Courgette Plants Vegetables
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3 Organic 'Tromboncino Albenga' Courgette Plants Vegetables
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3 Organic 'Tromboncino Albenga' Courgette Plants Vegetables
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3 Organic 'Tromboncino Albenga' Courgette Plants Vegetables

3 Organic 'Tromboncino Albenga' Courgette Plants

SKU: VEG0056

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The Highlights

    • Huge fruit that grows in the shape of a trombone
    • Rich and creamy flavour–fantastic roasted
    • Pick when tender and green around 25cm long for the sweeetest and freshest taste
    • Climbing variety–perfect for training up a pergola or archway Unlike most courgette or ssquash varieties that grow trailing on the ground, Tromboncino Albenga is best grown trained up a structure such as a pergola, archway, or trellis.MORE
    • Unusual Italian variety that actually works wonderfully in pastas

Planting Calendar

  • Best time to plant
  • Harvest
  • Flower

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Supplied as:

3 Plug Plants
Plug plants are small seedlings that allows you to skip the germination process involved in having to sow from seed.

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Eventual height:


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Tasting notes:

Rich and creamy with slight hints of sweetness

Time to first crop:

8-10 weeks
Best harvested when the fruit is around 25cm long. The more you harvest, the more fruit the plant will produce.


Not Hardy
Plant outside after frost and keep in a sunny, sheltered location


Pasta, Roasted Vegetables, Salads, Pizza Topping



Plant courgettes 90cm apart in all directions

Care Guide

Good disease/pest resistance

Courgette plants can contract Powdery Mildew, a fungal infection, as well as suffer from slug, aphid and whitefly damage. Best form of protection is to keep the area around the plant clean, free of debris and the leave and surface dry, especially at night by watering the plants at the soil in the morning.MORE

Water Regularly

Full sun in a sheltered positionMORE

Full sun in a sheltered position

Courgette plants need 6-8 hours of direct sunlight every day. If possible, plant in a sheltered location, protected against chilling winds as the plant will prefer consistently warm temperatures to produce fruit.MORE

Fertile, well-draining soil

A good-mix to use is three parts quality compost to one part topsoil.MORE

Feed Regularly

As soon as the plant begins to produce flowers then start feeding them every week with a high potash feed such as organic liquid tomato feed.MORE

Not required

Put the tools down! No pruning required.MORE