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The refreshing flavor of this rare Asian variety is extremely delicious, burpless, and never bitter. The long, slender fruits have tender, dark green skin and few seeds. Trellis the vines for straight fruit, or enjoy the equally delightful curved fruits that form on the ground.
Days to Harvest: 65
2/2/2014 11:40:56 AM
I was skeptical that a Japanese variety would thrive in my New England climate, but I was blown away by the fruit on these vines! I thought I was supposed to harvest them when they were long and thin, but when I let them grow longer and thicker, they were even better. They aren't bulky with seeds, the skin is nice and thin and I didn't have a single issue with any kind of pest. They are very similar to the European cucumbers we see in grocery stores. Once they started bearing fruit, the fruit grew quickly and frequently. I don't recall that they took long to set fruit. I had so many I had to pickle them and they held up well. I'm definitely using this variety again.
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