I had zucchini flowers while on vacation in France and loved them, but I can't find them on this side of the pond. Any ideas??
It's still a little early. When they're ready you'll be able to find them at the farmers' markets that have local producers (ie. Brickworks).
That's great. Any idea what time of year approx?
Totally weather-dependent but nothing will go into the ground for another month. Late June/early July probably.
Awesome. Thanks very much!
Befriending an Italian Grandmother should do the trick
Just a few seeds in a couple of spots in your garden will produce plenty. Zucchini has to be about the easiest vegetable to grow.
SLM sometimes has them out of season if your despperate otherwise just wait. I've seen them there in winter months at the fruit stand in the north east corner!
Michaelangelos at woodbine and hwy 7 had them about 2-3 weeks ago (most likely imported). They also where very expensive at $2-3 EACH.
best bet is to wait till they are in season.
Once they are in season harvest wagon always has a big box or two around.
Are you looking to buy them fresh or eat them at a restaurant? I had them at 7Numbers Danforth a while back and they were excellent.
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