The courgette is probably the most popular form of all the marrow family. Picked young for use in a whole host of different dishes. Constant cropping is required to keep the plants in production. Sow single seeds in pots or modules, placed pointed end downward, under glass at 15 degree celsius in April or sow 2 or 3 seeds at each station direct in the growing site after all change of frost. Cover with a cloche or even a jam jar to encourage germination. Thin to a single seedling as soon as possible. Harden off pot grown seedlings before planting out. Allow 90cm each way around plants. Water very regularly and feed often.