Our zucchinis were not the bees knees last year.
I planted the yellow kind, and while the actual plants grew ginormous and thrived, the fruit would get to a certain size and then start to die off. I did still get some, but I had to pick them at a size just a bit bigger than a man's finger.
However if failure stopped me from growing things I'd have taken up lawn bowls quite some time ago, and so forth go I ahead with them once more.
I'm pretty sure that last part doesn't quite make sense, but I do think it sounds rather entertaining.
So just as the title suggests, I got a bit adventurous and sowed the seeds in a hanging basket. I then got so excited about this idea that I now have three more hanging baskets up, all filled with seedlings.
I think it will be harder for the slugs to get to them.
These little zukes are destined for one of the back garden beds when they get a bit bigger, I have a really large one where they will have plenty of space to spread out. It's actually much too big, I can't even begin to reach the back of it, and as it backs up to our back fence and side fences, I can't go round it.
No large town planner would I make.
Hopefully I'll make a small zucchini gardener instead.