45 days — The bush-type plants of 'Grey' zucchini produce are medium-green colored flecked with gray fruit that are known for remaining . It starts developing fruit quickly and if you harvest regularly, are productive. Although categorized as a zucchini here in the United States, because its fruit tend to be short, cylindrical, and somewhat tapered, it would be called as a vegetable marrow squash elsewhere.
As with any summer squash, you can harvest them at just about any size; we begin harvesting fruit when they reach about six to eight inches long. We prefer them at this young and tender stage when they are excellent lightly steamed, sautéed, or stir-fried. During the "high season" of summer, unless you are checking your plants daily, the fruit size can get away from you very quickly! Medium sized to large fruit can still be cooked in the same way as previously noted, but since harvest occurs during "barbecue season," we like to quarter the zucchini lengthwise, and with the skin left on, coat them in olive oil, season to taste, and then grill them until tender but firm. Often our seasoning is simply fresh ground black pepper and salt, but experiment with herbs for fun flavor variations.
Each packet contains 2 grams, which is approximately 15+ seeds.