Its long fruits have deep green skin, soft pulp, crispy, narrow and few seeds. It is best to prune above the first four leaves and to repeat this operation during the subsequent growth of the shoots. This typical salad variety produces abundantly right from the first cuts and transports well.
I need at least 4 hours of afternoon sun but can go all day
- 60-90 Days for maturity
Sowing Period In clusters on open round between March and June at a distance of 12 to 16 inches along the row and 36 inches between rows. Use 2/3 seeds for each hole and remember to thin out after sprouting.