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Ashley Cucumber
Ashley Cucumber
Ashley Cucumber
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Ashley
65 days — 'Ashley' is an early variety with productive vines and dark green fruits that are seven to eight inches long, tapered on the stem end. An excellent slicing variety.

Bred and released by the South Carolina Truck Experimental Station, Charleston in 1956.  Resistant to downy mildew and does well in humid areas. Each packet contains one gram, which is approximately 25 to 30 seeds.
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Delicious!
Fruit is large, juicy, and tasty. Excellent for slicing/eating fresh. Planted in late August and started harvesting in early November. Vines grew over 7 feet tall. No outstanding problems with diseases or pests. Zone 8b.
Reviewed by: Abigail Ridgard from Florida. on 11/8/2013
100% sprouting
Got these in early Feb 2012. All seeds I sowed have sprouted. Mind you, it was only 3 seeds but they all sprouted in one day. Sprouted on wet paper towels and transferred to cocofiber. 5 stars for sprouting. Nothing yet on taste or other qualities.
Reviewed by: Marc Girardot from Atlanta, GA. on 2/12/2013
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