Ashley Cucumber

[Introduced 1956 by Clemson/AES.] Recommended for hot, humid areas where disease resistance is important. Productive vines produce 7 to 8” dark-green fruits, tapered on the stem end. A popular variety in the Southeast. {als, dm, pm} 66 days. approx. 60-80 seeds, depending on the variety. 

Good to start from seed in these months:

North Florida: February-March, August-September

Central Florida: February-March September

South Florida: January-February, October

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[Introduced 1956 by Clemson/AES.] Recommended for hot, humid areas where disease resistance is important. Productive vines produce 7 to 8” dark-green fruits, tapered on the stem end. A popular variety in the Southeast. {als, dm, pm} 66 days. approx. 60-80 seeds, depending on the variety. 

Good to start from seed in these months:

North Florida: February-March, August-September

Central Florida: February-March September

South Florida: January-February, October

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