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Zooming Zucchini is a gardening product that is part of a plant starter kit line by Gardeners' Collection. The package includes starter pots that contain both the soil and seed necessary to begin growing zucchini at home. Customers only need to provide access to sunlight, regular water and transplantation to an appropriate area once enough growth occurs. Plants will grow straight up any pole or fence without the need for staking, tying or other directional coaxing techniques.
The cost of Zooming Zucchini is $12 plus $4.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Zooming Zucchini by paying the extra shipping fee of $4.95 for a total price of $21.9.
Normal gardening methods require a lot of work to get started. Holes need digging, seeds have to be carefully placed, dirt needs to be gathered and spread, but none of these steps are necessary when plants arrive in prepared starter containers. Additionally, since the product is designed to grow vertically without assistance, customers will not have to spend time dealing with tricky support systems.
The plants produced from the Zooming Zucchini starter kit can grow very high to accommodate a large harvest, but its ground coverage is only six square feet on average. This allows the plant to be placed in areas that traditional zucchini growth would not be possible because of space restrictions.
In many areas, these zucchini plants can be grown in spring, summer and fall. Customers can enjoy yearly harvests for three full seasons if the weather is cooperative.
Gardening at home can be a filthy experience, especially if plants are initially prepared indoors. Zooming Zucchini comes in a starter pot that contains its own soil and seed, so there is little chance of making a mess when setting up.
People who purchase this product will receive the initial three plants along with three more bonus starter pots. That's a total of six zucchini plants in prepared starter containers.
The Zooming Zucchini plant starter kit is designed to allow the included seeds immediate access to nutrients by preparing them in soil prior to delivery. Exposure to sunlight and regular water completes the requirements for growth, and the kit will soon produce visible plants. Once they are large enough, the plants can be moved to an appropriate outdoor area to take advantage of the increased space ( especially that below ground for root spreading ). This specific variety of zucchini plant has been developed to grow skyward in a straight path, and will do so if provided with a sufficient clinging surface. When zucchinis reach a desirable size, they can be easily removed from the plant for harvest.
Zucchini plants need to be pollinated. This is usually achieved by letting nature take its course, as bees, wind, and other carriers of pollen tend to work without human intervention. However, with the disturbing decrease in bee populations and other environmental developments, zucchini growers could benefit from knowing how to achieve manual pollination. A little research can help to easily differentiate between male and female flowers, and pollen transfer is as simple as rubbing two parts in the flower centers together ( consult a diagram for exact references ).
Some consumers may want to harvest as many zucchini as possible over a growing season, but others might only want a few every so often for family meals. It is possible to manage development speed by harvesting in a specific manner. For more frequent crops and faster growth, harvest every single zucchini at a time. Alternatively, leaving a couple of old zucchini on the plant will inhibit new production and lengthen the time required for subsequent crops to reach maturity.
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