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(Cucumis sativuis)  Round to oval, pale green, apple type fruit.  Best harvested when young for most tender fruit & fresh eating, otherwise larger fruit may be sliced and used in salads, sandwiches etc.  Mature fruit may also be seeded with the flesh then steamed creating the most tender, asparagus flavoured vegetable.  Very high yields.  45 seeds

 

(Cucumber01013)

SKU Cucumber01013
Shipping Weight 0.0010kg

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