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What are the pros? Tastes so good!
What are the cons? Have too many cucumbers :)
Long, thin, easy to grow, seedless. Skin is so thin that peeling isn't necessary. Will always have these in my garden.
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What are the pros? Prolific, tasty easy to grow.
What are the cons? Wife is tiring of cucumbers
This verity produce lots of long thin cucumbers. Grows well on a trellis. The flavor maybe the best of any cucumber I have tasted. I will definitely grow these again.
What are the pros? taste, size and resistant.
What are the cons? no dislikes
these are vary prolific! off of about 8 plant i already have around 18 or so fruit and many dozens of flowers, they are doing the best out of the five varieties im growing this year. i wish i had planted more and really hope you continue to sell these next year.
What are the pros? Delicious, prolific and early
What are the cons? None
This is a very early prolific cucumber. It is as early as the Suyo. Very long, crunchy and delicious. We grew this on a teepee and the vines are around 8' already, and it is only July 21. This will have a permanent place in our garden.
What are the pros? Easy to train, thin skin
I am growing these cukes in a hoop house, trained up strings hung from overhead wires. They have a neat growing habit and fruit on the main stem, so they can be planted close together if one removes any side shoots that appear on the lower part of the stem (think indeterminate/cordon tomatoes). Fruiting on the main stem also means a very early crop, several weeks earlier than cucumbers that mostly fruit on side shoots. Besides being great for vertical growing, they are thin-skinned, small-seeded, delicious, massive and handsome -- a real winner for farmer's markets. I hope to see these seeds in the catalog next year!