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carms's Marrow 'Badger Cross F1 Hybrid' Seeds x 10

Plant: Vegetable Marrow (Cucurbita pepo var. fastigata) | Variety: Badger Cross F1

Prolific cropper from British breeding, ‘Badger Cross’ produces high yields of easy to see fruit with distinctly marked contrasting stripes of dark and pale green. The bonus of Cucumber Mosaic Virus resistance makes this particularly useful, especially for the organic gardener.

Sow april – may under glass to transplant outdoors
sow mid may to early june outdoors
perfers well drained, moist, rich soil in full sun
Harvest from June to frosts, protect with cloches to extend season.

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