Everbearing cucumber continually produces fruits for the entire season if kept picked, living up to its namesake. It does its job with great regularity, earning it a perennial spot in many home gardener’s planting lists. Ideal for fresh slicing, pickling and processing into relishes and chutneys.
Crisp cucumbers have an excellent sweet, mild flavor, color and crunch. Vigorous, disease resistant vines loaded with fruit all season. Regular picking ensures continuous production. Smaller lengths – about 4 inches – have a sweeter flavor, while the larger ones are more robust for spicier relishes.
Top quality, ideal for table use, slicing, pickling and processing.
Approx 35 seeds per pack
Outdoor Sowing Recommended.
Plant 6 to 8 seeds per hill (4ft. to 6ft. apart) directly in the garden after soil is warm and all danger of frost is past. When seedlings are 6" tall, select the 3 strongest and pinch or cut out the others. Do not pull, as this disturbs the root structure.Cucumbers need moisture. Mulch thickly and water well in dry weather. Plant where vines can climb on a trellis or a fence. Pick often, cucumbers left to turn yellow will slow or stop the vine's production.