Zucchini Blooms but Does Not Set Fruit

My zucchini plant will bloom, but I don't see where it is producing fruit. What should I do and is it too late?
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By Linda

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May 19, 20120 found this helpful

No. It's not too late, it's actually too soon. Now that the flowers are there the bees and butterflies will polinate them. Then the fruit will start to grow. Give it more time.

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