- Flower nameZucchini
- Scientific nameCucurbita pepo l. 'melopepo'
- Aliascourgette, zucchini, コージェット, pepino
- Place of originMexico
- Place of floweringGarden, Field
- Flowering seasonJuly
What is Zucchini
Zucchini (scientific name: Cucurbita pepo 'Melopepo') is a non-cold-tolerant, non-desiccating annual vegetable in the family Cucurbitaceae. It is a species of the cultivar called the "Pepo Pumpkin" (Cucurbita pepo), which stands for the variety name. In Japan, it is mainly the thick-skinned, green-fleshed variety called "green toska" that is edible. Other varieties include "Aurum", which is long and slender with green skin and yellow flesh. It has a dark green surface and looks like a cucumber in terms of size and thickness. However, it does not have warts. It tastes more like an eggplant than a cucumber. It can be used in stir-fry, deep-fried or stewed dishes, or peeled and sliced for eating raw or in salads.
Generic name: Zucchini , Scientific name: Cucurbita pepo 'Melopepo' , Another name: vine without pumpkin, and corgette (collect), pepino,
Origin: Mexico and Latin America, Habitat: temperate living type: non-cold-resistant, non-drying, grass, Grass length: 20 cm, vine, leaf stems with spines. leaves: pinnate with large leaves, Unisexual flowers, flowering season: summer , Flower color: yellow, size: 10 cm, fruit of the harvest: summer, summer, seasonal, part used: fruit, flower heating dishes such as "Zucchini flower", cooked: stir-fried, fried, stewed, or skin peeled sliced, raw notes: Zucchini, don't breed names, cropping. Species