Cucumber English Telegraph Long
Thin and tender skin, mild interior, and soft seeds make this cucumber a natural choice for any fresh food dish. Also known as greenhouse/ hothouse cukes, the 10-12" long fruit of this plant grow vigourously in a stable environment of heat, ample moisture, and regular fertilizer. Get ready to share with your neighbors because this plant produces heavily!
Seeding Instructions - Start indoors in March and transplant into the sunny garden or outdoor containers after the last frost in May, can take up to 10 days to germinate. Plant seedlings into rows with 12" between the plants. Soil should be enriched with peat, compost, and worm castings if possible.
Growing On & Harvest - Keep cucumbers evenly moist. Requires staking. Fertilize with veggie food that contains calcium every 2 wk & bone meal 1 x month. Harvest 55-75 days.