Another variation of the Armenian cucumber is the light green type. Harvest from 10-12 inches and enjoy the mild, sweet and crunchy flesh. Grows well in warm weather. 60 to 70 days.
This commercial cucumber was developed for early maturity, strong disease resistance, and high yield potential. The 7 to 8 inch dark green fruit are smooth and attractive for roadside markets. Resistance includes anthracnose, scab, and cucumber mosaic virus. The vigorous plants offer multiple picks, and the gynoecious fruiting quality offers greater yield potential because of the increased percentage of female flowers. 52 days.
Palace King hybrid is a rare sooyow type pickling cucumber that originated in Asia and was introduced to America. Plants are vigorous, with many tendrils to support the vines. Because the fruit grow up to 10“ long, it is best to trellis them if you want straight fruit. Plants are early to mature, and fruit have ribbing and small white spines that can be removed by washing. It is a burpless type with very good flavor, and thin skin that you don’t need to peel. 50 to 60 days.