Common Name: Slicing Cucumber, American Slicer
Hardiness Degree: 41°F (5.0°C)
Plant Habit: Climbing
Fertilize: Every two weeks
Spacing: 6 - 12" (15 - 30cm)
Height: 36 - 60" (91 - 152cm)
Width: 36 - 60" (91 - 152cm)
General Information: Controlled yet vigorous variety produces short, branching vines. Fruit has good flavor, crunchy texture and non-bitter peel. High-yielding with continuous harvest. Great for large containers with a small trellis.
Idea & Tips: Short-vined variety is ideal for planters and gardens.
Grow up a trellis to save space.
Great choice to plant after cool season crops, like spinach and lettuce.
Days to Harvest: 39
Fruit Size: 6 to 8 x 1.5 to 2 in. (15 to 20 x 4 to 5 cm)
Grower Information: Well-branched, short, vining variety is perfect for large containers with small trellises. Fast-growing plants produce early, continuous, high yields of 6 to 8-in. (15 to 20-cm) dark green fruit with great flavor and a nice crunch.