58 days. AAS Winner for 2002. An all female, gynoecious parthenocarpic cucumber. Fruit are dark green, semi-glossy, spineless, and 6 to 8 inches long. Mild sweet flavor, crisp texture, and tender skin make this an excellent eating and slicing cucumber. All female plants have high yield potentials. Tolerance to multiple common cucumber diseases. Approx. 1,110 seeds/oz.
Posted by Jerry Lynn on 31st May 2011
I have grown this cucumber since it was first introduced. It produces continuously until frost. Most fruits do not have seeds. Even when it gets over-sized the flesh stays firm and sweet. We usually don't peel the skin because it does not get bitter. It makes great slice pickles like bread and butter pickles. There is not hollow or spongy problems. It is a great cucumber.