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What are the pros? Fresh & sweet tasting
What are the cons? None
Planted two of the 'Miniature White' plants in a large pot. They get about 7 hours of sun and are watered daily. It's almost mid July here now, and has been a fairly hot summer with short periods of mid to upper 80's temperatures, but mostly in low to mid 90's. The 'Miniature White" cucumbers have produced well and regularly for about 4 weeks with no disease or insect issues so far. Mine have varied in size from about 2" to 4" with most in the 2.5" to 3" length. The vines are about 4 feet long and are still producing flowers. Yes, I will grow it again next year, and I'm going to start some more seeds so that we can have these cucumbers into the autumn. We agree with all of the good things relative to taste that other people have said.
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What are the pros? Easy to grow, high yeilds, yum
I wanted to try something different this year besides my straight 8's and boston pickling cucumber. I got this one, Crystal Apple and my fav bostons. This Mini White started producing very quickly! It is mid July and I have harvested dozens already. I have Jars and Jars of pickles already and I have given away and sold cucumbers as well. I'm sure I have more ready to harvest as speak.
No bug problems or mildew plagued these things and the vines seemed to be more tolerant to handling and abuse, whereas a couple of my bostons have died off due to my dog stomping through the garden.
Another keeper in the garden!
What are the pros? Great taste
Well, now that I tried my first one of these cucumbers today, picked at 2 inches or less, it is definitely my new favorite for taste. Before this one, I thought suyo long was best. On well, always something new to find that exceeds expectations! Yummy!!!
8 out of 9 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Everything
What are the cons? They never make to the house
Absolutely best garden treat! Tolerates heat and humidity. Heavy producer, mild and delicious. No burp!
9 out of 9 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Very prolific
We grew these last summer for the first time - WOW! More than 400 pounds were harvested. Delicious in salads and for pickling. Very fine seeded. Will be growing again this year.