Cucumber- Marketmore

Cucumis sativus

Rated 4/5 based on 2 reviews.

Standard seed packet, 25 seeds

$1.25
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Cucumber- Marketmore

Cucumis sativus


  • Summer salad vegetable
  • Good disease resistance
  • Very productive


Summer salad vegetable. Dark green cylindrical fruit with tapered ends and white spines that grows to 23cm by 6cm. Very productive variety often grown for markets. Excellent flavour. This variety has better disease resistance than most.


How to sow and grow:

Method: Sow direct or raise seedlings
Sowing Depth: 10mm
When: Spring(or after frost) and summer
Germination: 4-10 days @ 18-35°C
Hardiness / Life Cycle: Frost tender Annual
Row Spacing: 80cm
Plant Spacing: 40cm
Position: Full sun, moist well drained soil
Days to Maturity/Flowering: 60-75 days
*Notes: Pick regularly to encourage more fruit. Avoid overhead watering.

(Product number: A2-18)
Seeds per gram: 44 seeds


SKU A2-18
Shipping Weight 0.0011kg
Botanical name: Cucumis sativus
Packet type: Standard seed packet
Packet quantity: 25 seeds
Seeds per gram: 44

Prolific Cucumber

10 June 2016
The Marketmore variety of Cucumber claims good disease resistance. I would personally upgrade that to excellent resistance, considering that other types in my garden are barely out of the ground before dying. Picked at around 20cm in length the flavour is great. Will climb on a trellis with little encouragement, ensuring well formed cucumbers. Will set fruit quite readily in a cool climate. Currently In June the vines are still growing strongly, and producing more cucumbers than I can eat. Gregg Jacobson
(4)

TheSeedCollection Response
Great to hear this variety is doing so well in your garden! Thanks for the review Gregg!

Prolific Cucumber

10 June 2016
The Marketmore variety of Cucumber claims good disease resistance. I would personally upgrade that to excellent resistance, considering that other types in my garden are barely out of the ground before dying. Picked at around 20cm in length the flavour is great. Will climb on a trellis with little encouragement, ensuring well formed cucumbers. Will set fruit quite readily in a cool climate. Currently In June the vines are still growing strongly, and producing more cucumbers than I can eat. Gregg Jacobson
(4)

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