70 day. Still one of the most commonly grown slicing cucumbers, it produces long, straight, almost seedless cucumbers that are great for slicing for salads.
Minimum of 25 seeds per packet.
Planting Depth: 1/2 inch
Hill Spacing: 3-4 feet
Direct seed in hills of 4-6 seeds after danger of frost has passed. You can start indoors but do so only 3 weeks before transplanting. Be sure to use larger pots because the roots do not like to be disturbed.
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I purchased these seeds a couple years ago along with a couple other varieties to help determine which i liked best. Right away as the cucumbers came in i realized these were my favorite! These cucumbers come in right on time, if picked every couple days they are consistently the same size. The skin is thin, the flesh crisp and they are not to "seedy." They have a great mild taste. The kids love to eat them straight out of the garden. I have very successfully been able to harvest seeds and save them for the next growing season and in return get beautiful new cucumbers! They have tolerated hot dry times and wet rainy days. LOVE LOVE LOVE!