Gardening to 'grow your own food' from square foot to half an acre !!
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My neighbour gave me one for the greenhouse along with tomato plants which this year didnt get blossom rot but have been few and far between although the few have been delicious but OMG the cucumbers remind me of Invasion of the bodysnatchers I swear every day i go in the greenhouse there are anoth 5 massive cues beneath the very big leaves!
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"spiky" cucumbers tend to be the variety most likely for growing outdoors ... and yes, they are prolific fruit producers. No wonder it is doing exceptionally well in a greenhouse. They have more flavour than those that should be grown under cover, and because they are normally grown outdoors, the skin would probably be better peeled. Enjoy!
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