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Not everyone has a large garden, an allotment, a vegetable plot to grow vegetables.
That doesn’t mean you can’t still grow a few home-grown, fresh vegetables when you want them. If you have room for a pot, grow bag, or even a window box.of any size then there is nothing to stop you from having a go at growing your own.
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Monday, 17 March 2014 | Coryn
I grow this in apoly tunnel last year very prolific small cucmber, buying the seed for a market garden this year.
Sunday, 2 March 2014 | Carolyn
Grew this cucumber last year and will grow again this year as it was prolific and tasted lovely!
Sunday, 2 February 2014 | Derek
Have grown from seed and found these to be excellent flavoured and abundant croppers. recommended
Friday, 11 January 2013 | Jane
I bought 2 plants in late June in a pot and planted them under a simple plastic cloche I bought from 99Pence Shop. Later when I removed the cloche I noticed the first beautiful green cucumber hiding under its leaves. Every other day I had two or three cucumbers from each plant and over the course of summer I picked about 25 cucumbers from each plant. That was enough for all our salad needs. The fruits are very tasteful and fresh and superior to any larger cucumbers from supermarket. Since then I have stopped buying supermarket cucumbers and just will plant Passandra.
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