Zucchini ‘Astra Polka’ is a fertile early variety that produces fairly long dark green fruit. The plants are resistant to mildew and take the shape of a shrub. The fruit can be eaten when they have grown at least 20 centimetres in length; the flesh is whitish in colour. Not only does Zucchini ‘Astra Polka’ tastes delicious, it is also a rich source of vitamin C, and does not accumulate heavy metals.
Growing: sow the seeds in pots in late April or directly into the soil in 1x1m spacings – 2 to 3 seeds in each position – in May. After the seeds have germinated, leave one plant in each position. The plants thrive in fertile soils.
Each packet contains 3 grams of seeds.
Each packet includes a growing guide and a sow-by date.
Approximately 21 seeds (+/- 20%)