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   Bmorrell's Cucumber 'White Wonder' x 2 Flowering

Plant: Cucumber (Cucumis sativus) | Variety: White Wonder

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1/5/2013 Update: Only one plant lived and it produced 4 cucumbers in total. They were very white and smelled great. I think the horrible drought in 2012 was very hard for them, but I plan to plant them again in 2013 and will have a better review then.

6/3/12 Update: One of the 3 seedlings transplanted to the Campus Grow plot died. Replaced that space with beans.

3 seedlings still in pots, ready to transplant.

Baker Creek Description: 60 days. A great yielder. Creamy-ivory, 7”-long fruits,
delicious and great for pickles or slicing. W. Atlee
Burpee introduced this heirloom in 1893 after they
received it from a customer in New York.



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