DAYS TO HARVEST
USES & COOKING SUGGESTIONS
This crisp and thin-skinned cucumber is best used fresh rather than pickled. If you can resist eating it in the garden, it adds fresh crunch to anything from a hummus sandwich or falafel to a summer salad. This cucumber has also been successfully grown (although with somewhat lower yield) in south-facing windows in the winter as a house plant. The mild, vanilla-scented yellow flowers are reason enough to grow it, with the added delight of a homegrown cucumber or two in the depths of winter.