Marrow Long Green Trailing produces large dark green fruits with a paler green stripe. As its name suggests it has a trailing habit so needs a lot of room. A good source of Vitamins A, C and E. Marrows can be cut before the first frost and stored in a frost free but cool area and used during the winter. However, unlike courgette the skin is tough and is either removed before cooking or just after. Fruits can be harvested young like courgettes or left to mature to a marrow. Pick regularly so plants remain productive.