Net Wt. 2g (Approx. 80 to 90 seeds)
A short season, cold tolerant, dual purpose, open pollinated American type cucumber whose fruits are produced on short hardy vines and used for both slicing and to make pickles. A variety that produces medium sized 5 to 7 inch by 2 inch fruits that must be kept picked as soon as they reach maturity because they do not hold well on the vine. The plants have both male and female blossoms and require hand pollination to set fruit when grown in a greenhouse. A cold tolerant variety that can be grown outdoors in select warm interior locations in Alaska. Developed at Morden Experimental Farm in Manitoba, Canada. Mid-season.