Natsu Fushinari Cucumber
Combining the exquisite flavor of an heirloom with the tough disease resistance synonymous with commercial types, this variety has shown exceptional resistance in powdery mildew studies, especially in high heat. In Japanese, fushi means “node” and nari means “setting fruit.” The aptly named Natsu Fushinari is a high yielder due to setting ability at every node. This Japanese variety can be grown on the ground or on poles and is an early maturing cucumber at 70 days. It has a deep green color, glossy skin, good uniformity, and fruit 8 inches long.
Minimum Seed Count: 15