A great burpless and one of the best for yield and flavor. Proven tops for performance, flavor, and wide adaptability. The flavor is superb, crisp, and delicious.
Planting Cucumber Seeds
Seeds are very easy to direct sow. For Zones 9 and 10, sow seeds in deeply irrigated soils to guarantee even and quick germination. Plant seeds 6″ apart. Fertilize regularly with an organic liquid fertilizer once seedlings have germinated and are about 4″ tall. Transplant out when plants are 5-6″ tall and healthy. Space at least 6″ apart
Genus: Cucumis Species: Sativus Variety: Garden Sweet Burpless Days to Maturity: 55 Fruit Color: Green Habit: Vining Additional Characteristics: Direct Sow, Edible Foliage Color: Dark Green Harvest Season: Early Summer, Late Spring, Late Summer, Mid Summer Light Requirements: Full Sun Moisture Requirements: Moist, well-drained Resistance: Downy Mildew, Powdery Mildew Soil Tolerance: Normal, loamy
Tips: Cut off watering 1 week before harvest. This will give a more flavorful, concentrated melon. Over watering before harvest can cause a bland taste.