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LEMON CUCUMBER (65 days heirloom)

Germ 6-10 days
Heirloom 1894
Originated in 1894, the 3” fruits are round, pale yellow in color, with a white flesh that is easily digested and never bitter. Yields are very abundant. 25 seeds

Indoors- Individual biodegradable peat/cowpots 1/2” deep, 3-4 weeks before last frost with soil temperature 70 degrees. Transplant after last frost without disturbing the roots

Outdoors- 1/2” deep after last frost in warm soil at least 70 degrees

Harvest- Pick daily to keep the harvest flowing.

Tips- Plant in fertile soil amended with compost. Mulch and keep well watered. Trellising the vines allows for good air circulation and takes less space than hills and provides shade for heat sensitive crops like lettuce.

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    OC
    04/09/2019
    OLIVER C.
    United States
    I recommend this product

    LEMON CUCUMBER

    Here in Oregon, I have just planted the lemon cucumber seeds in my greenhouse late last week. The weather remain cool, especially at night, and quite rainy. The seeds have not germinated yet, but I will keep you aware of their progress

    PH
    01/26/2018
    Pat H.
    United States

    They grew well and there

    They grew well and there were a lot of them. I didn't eat all of them even tho I just planted a 3 foot row. They did well on the trellis I grew them on. Of course they succumbed to that mildew-like disease cures get here in our hot humid summers. Over all I can recommend them . Seed viability was good. My favorite seeds of yours are the 30 day turnips. I plant them every couple of weeks and they keep us in sweet turnips most of the year!

    E
    10/24/2017
    Eli

    New favorite cucumber

    This variety germinated quickly and endured through a rough Maine spring. Even in less than ideal conditions, it sprawled and produced heavily. This will be part of our annual garden!