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Silver Slicer Cucumber

Silver Slicer Cucumber

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54 days to maturity. Silver Slicer Cucumber is a unique and flavorful variety of cucumber that is sure to be a favorite in your garden and kitchen. These cucumbers are typically grown as an annual in most climates, and produce an abundance of long and slender fruit with a bright, silver-white color.

These cucumbers have a crisp and refreshing flavor that is perfect for salads, sandwiches, and snacking. They have a thin skin that is easy to peel and a juicy flesh that is bursting with flavor. Whether you're a home cook or a professional chef, Silver Slicer Cucumbers are a great addition to any recipe.

These cucumber plants are easy to grow and require full sun and well-draining soil. With regular watering and fertilization, they can produce a bountiful harvest throughout the growing season. Silver Slicer Cucumbers are also known for their disease resistance, making them a great choice for gardeners who want to grow healthy and productive plants.

Silver Slicer Cucumber seeds are of the highest quality and are Certified Naturally Organic, ensuring that you get the best possible start to your garden. Whether you're a seasoned gardener or just starting out, Silver Slicer Cucumber seeds are a great choice for anyone looking to grow their own fresh and flavorful cucumbers at home.

This open-pollinated heirloom was bred by Michael Glos at Cornell University. Each packet contains one gram, which is approximately 35 seeds.

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Planting Instructions: Cucumbers grow best with long, hot, humid days with maximum sunshine and warm nights. Plants are extremely susceptible to frost. Sow seeds outside only after danger of frost when soil has warmed. Make a second sowing 4 to 5 weeks later for a late summer or early fall harvest. For an earlier harvest and to reduce the threat of insect damage to seedlings, start a few plants indoors in individual pots (or trays with separate compartments) about a month before your last spring frost date.

Sowing: To seed in rows, plant seeds 1 inch deep and about 6 inches apart. To plant in hills, plant four or five seeds in 1-foot-diameter circles set 5 to 6 feet apart.