Bonnie Plants Burpless Hybrid Cucumber 19.3 oz
Bonnie Plants Burpless Hybrid Cucumber 19.3 oz
Bonnie Plants Burpless Hybrid Cucumber 19.3 oz
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Bonnie Plants Burpless Hybrid Cucumber 19.3 oz

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A space-saving favorite, Bonnie Plants Burpless Hybrid Cucumber produces delicious straight & cylindrical fruit to eat fresh, pickled, or sliced into salads. Excellent for small gardens and containers.  Short vines grow about 2 feet long — long enough to trellis if desired.

  • Light Full sun
  • Fruit size 8 to 10 inches long
  • Matures 50 to 60 days
  • Plant spacing 36 to 48 inches apart
  • Plant size Short vine, 2 feet long

A tropical vegetable, cucumbers thrive when the weather is hot and water is plentiful. Growing cucumbers is for warmer weather: Plants are so frost-tender that they shouldn’t be set into the garden until soil temperatures are reliably in the 70-degree range (no less than 2 weeks after the last frost date).
Cucumber plants grow in two forms: vining and bush. Vines scramble along the ground or clamber up trellises, while bush types, such as Burpless Bush Hybrid, form a more compact plant. Generally, vining cucumbers yield more fruit throughout the growing season. Bush selections are especially suited to containers and small gardens. You can increase the season’s yield of bush varieties by planting several crops in succession 2 weeks apart.

Quick Guide to Growing Cucumbers

  • Plant cucumbers when average daily temperatures reach the mid-70s° F.
  • Space cucumbers 36 to 60 inches apart (12 inches apart for trellised plants) in an area with abundant sun and fertile, well-drained soil with a pH of 6.0 to 6.8.
  • Improve native soil by mixing in several inches of aged compost or other rich organic matter.
  • Cucumbers will grow quickly with little care. Be sure they receive an inch of water every week.
  • Make the most of your food growing efforts by regularly feeding plants with a water-soluble plant food.
  • When soil is warm, add a layer of straw mulch to keep fruit clean and help keep slugs and beetles away.
  • Harvest cucumbers when they are big enough to eat.