ARMENIAN

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(Cucumis melo)  Heirloom.  Also known as 'Yard Long Cucumber'.  Light-green, ribbed, cylindrical fruit 20-60cm.  Thin, soft skin, so no need for peeling.  Best results when grown on trellis.  Grows quickly.  This cucumber is actually a melon, but is grown & eaten like a cucumber.  50-89 days.  100 seeds

HISTORY:  Cucumbers originated high in the Himalayas, spreading from India to China & Japan.  Super long varieties were developed for the royalty.  India still retains many of the old varieties, still relatively unknown to the rest of the world.

(Cucumber01025)

SKU Cucumber01025
Shipping Weight 0.0010kg
Shipping Width 0.010m
Shipping Height 0.010m
Shipping Length 0.010m

Armenian Cucumber

By: on 19 June 2014
I grew these this year. Really nice flavor, not really juicy, butI didnt mind that. I had so many that I pickled them. The rippled skin on the armenian looks really nice in the jars (was tasty too) I would definitly give them a grow again
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