Loading...
Over 45,000 5 Star Reviews
Royal Warrant Holders
Royal Warrant Holders
Over 43,500 5 Star Trustpilot Reviews
Join Our Gardening Club

Quality Marrow Seeds

The marrow often plays second fiddle to courgettes, but these tasty and versatile vegetables are definitely worth growing in their own right. Baked in the oven with your topping of choice, stuffed marrows make a very satisfying meal. Try sowing these slightly nutty-flavoured vegetable seeds to add to soups, ratatouille or curries.

The marrow often plays second fiddle to courgettes, but these tasty and versatile vegetables are definitely worth growing in their own right. Baked in the oven with your topping of choice, stuffed marrows make a very satisfying meal. Try sowing these slightly nutty-flavoured vegetable seeds to add to soups, ratatouille or curries.

Begonia Illumination Apricot Shades

15 garden ready plants Only £5.99 WITH Any Order

Available in your Basket

Refine by

Refine Products

Growing Marrow Seeds?

Like Courgettes, Marrows are easy to grow once the plants are up and running. Once the fruit forms you can almost watch them grow. Suttons have a great selection of seed for you, ‘Tiger Cross’ for the traditional large torpedo Marrow or ‘Piccolo’, for smaller rounder fruits, and Suttons even have one that is good o the barbeque and that's ‘Tennis ball’. Like Courgette it’s a stunning plant and has pride of place for both food and ornamental pleasure.

When to Plant Marrow Seeds?

Marrow seeds need to be sown in 75mm pots in April or May under glass.

How to grow Marrow plants from seed

Harvesting Marrows

Twist to the Marrow to the right when harvesting to get a nice clean break. You can place straw under the forming Marrow to prevent rotting if the climate is proving to be a bit wet. Marrows can be stored in dry cool conditions for longevity.

 Buy Marrow Seeds from Suttons