There are two types of cucumber plants: vining cucumbers and bush cucumbers. The growth of these plants is fast, and the crop yield is abundant if you care for them properly. Vining varieties grow up a trellis or fence. Bush cucumbers, however, are nicely suited to containers and small gardens. Make successive plantings every two weeks for continued harvests.
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How to Grow Cucumbers
Cucumber Growing Tips | Dengarden
Most of us think of cucumbers as green, seed-filled slices on a salad. Long, green cucumbers are by far the most popular type grown in home gardens, but there are hundreds of cucumber varieties, including round cukes, yellow cukes, skinny English cukes , and exotic Armenian cukes. Cucumbers are relatively easy to grow in many different climates. Homegrown cukes are tastier and crunchier than most store-bought varieties and they don't have that thick coating of wax! Cucumbers are in the same family as squash and melons. A popular way to categorize cucumbers is to describe them as either slicers or picklers. Both types can be eaten fresh, while pickling cucumbers hold their texture well during processing.
How long does it take for a cucumber to mature?
Cucumbers Cucumis sativus , an annual vine, belong to the cucurbit family and are fairly easy to grow when given a sunny garden location with ample room and loose, well-drained soil amended with organic matter. When properly cared for and kept free of disease, cucumbers produce long, slender fruit that range in length from 3 to 24 inches. It is ready for harvest in 50 to 70 days from planting, depending on how you plan to use them. In most cases, before cucumbers can produce fruit, the plants grow both male and female flowers on the same plant. The male flowers open first and grow in clusters of three to five, while the female flowers grow on a single stem.