Cucumber Carmen F1

Item Number: 12026
  • Description
  • EXHIBITION.  RHS Award

    Fruits are bitter free and abundant and capable of producing 50-100 per plant! an outstanding variety used by most exhibitors. Resistant to mopist strains of Powdery Mildew, scab and leaf spot.
  • Pack size: 4 Seeds
  • Qty

    £ 2.50


When to sow

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WHEN TO SOW

February to May

WHERE TO SOW

Sow seed on edge to prevent rotting 1.5cm (1/2") deep in individual 9cm(3 1/2in) pots under glass at a constant day and night temperature of 21°C.

WHAT TO DO NEXT

As soon as the seedlings have formed 3 true leaves, transplant into 15cm (6") pots. When the plants are about 10cm (4") tall, plant out into final positions into large pots or growbags underglass. Provide some form of support and tie in stems as required. Male flowers (those with no fruit behind) can appear under stress conditions , these should be removed immediately.

MATURITY

July to September

HANDY TIP

Cucumbers prefer a moist atmosphere. Keep well watered and feed regularly once fruits start to set.

NUTRITIONAL VALUE

Low in calories and high in potassium , the dark skin is rich in carotenoid antioxidant.


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