Description: Dark green skin color. Long, slender fruits are firm and nearly seedless. Smooth, non-bitter skin. Also known as an "English CucumberCUCUMBER52 days. These long, slender cukes offer a crisp, mild, bitter-free and burpless bite all season long! Firm and easy to peel, they should become your cucumber of choice!Expect Early Spring Burpless to reach 8 to 12 inches long in no time. For straight fruit, stake them on a cucumber support. Or, if you like the look of curly cukes, let them grow on the ground, where they'll twist up!Burpless cucumbers are known for their tasty, non-astringent flesh, small seed cavity, and crisp, thin skin that never needs peeling. They are premium cukes for eating fresh. Direct-sow seeds in a sunny spot after all danger of frost is past or start indoors and transplant when the first true leaf appears. Cucumbers can be allowed to grow on the ground, but for longer, straighter fruit and to save garden space, grow them in a cage or on a trellis, allowing 1 foot between plants. Keep them well watered and keep the fruits picked promptly. PLANTING OptionsHow to Plant CucumbersCucumbers can be planted in containers, rows, hills, or raised beds. Be warned: one plant produces a lot of cucumbers. And, some plants can produce all summer long. So, think about spacing out plantings to harvest all season.ContainersHillsA hill of cucumbers. Know what this it? Because, I thought I had it down pat, and I was wrong. I thought it was about mounding the dirt for water retention around the roots. Well, sort of, but there’s more to it than just that.Vine crops are often grown this way, like cucumbers, squash, and melons. The idea of hill planting is to start the root system in the center. From there they grow outwards, not competing with each other for water or soil nutrients.Again, hill planting is for your vine cucumbers. Hills need to be about 3 feet apart. Plant about 5 or so seeds in the hill. Once seedlings have established, reduce to only three plants. Instead of pulling up the seedling, just cut it off. This will prevent any disruption to the root system.Remember, vine cucumber plants are better trellised. These plants have healthier vines, and harvesting is easier since you can see the fruit. Check here for a ton of information on home grown trellised cucumbers.Raised BedsYou can plant any type of cucumber in a raised bed. The benefit of using raised beds with cucumbers is soil drainage. Raised beds, in general, will provide well drained soil.I keep saying raised beds are my preferred gardening method. There’s a reason I say this: it makes gardening easier! It’s easier to reach the vegetables, control soil health, and control pests and weeds.Suggestions: Keep fruits picked to encourage more production. . Keep soil moderately moist during germination. Water deep and feed every 3 weeks.Reminder: Plant some fresh dill for homemade pickles.Companion Plants for CucumbersGrowing these companion plants around cucumbers will be helpful: nasturtiums, radishes, marigolds, sunflowers, peas, beets, carrots, and dill.On Mar-02-13 at 05:38:19 PST, seller added the following information:
First of all, after several weeks I have never received the seeds I ordered; the USPS says they never received the item for shipment. And after reporting it twice to the seller, I got no reply, no help, and no replacement order, and no refund. So my experience has not been positive, and I can't review the product (or plant the seeds).
This company is a scam do not order from them. They never send package just take your money. Read other reviews
Seeds were never received. You stole my money and I have reached out to the BBB. You’re a piece of shit.
Never received my order. Tracking info indicates it was never sent. USPS still waiting on package after 20 days. Can’t get anyone on the phone either.
Seeds never received. Email to vendor never answered. New seeds not sent or refund not completed.