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Double Yield Cucumbers

Double yield cucumbers

Double yield cucumbers

Double yield cucumbers

Double yield cucumbers

If you’re looking for a plant that produces tons of cucumbers for pickling or eating straight off the vine, look no further. Double Yield cucumbers are unrivaled for the number of cucumbers the plant produces. Introduced in the 1920s, these relatively small cucumbers—4 to 6 inches long—are medium to yellow green with black spikes and rounded on the ends. They are ready for harvest around 52 days after sowing. Have your pickling jars ready, because you’ll get a bushel full of fruit from just a couple of plants.

Sun Exposure

  • Full sun (six to eight hours)

Soil pH

  • 6.5 to 7.0

Hardiness Zones

  • 2 to 10

Spacing

  • Plant 18 to 24 inches apart

Moisture

  • Water deeply 1 inch a week to keep soil evenly moist

Notes

  • Crisp and delicious
  • Grow 4 to 6 inches
  • Very prolific
  • Mature in 52 days after sowing
  • Perfect for pickling, but can be eaten right off the vine

Do you grow Double Yield cucumbers? Do you pickle them or eat them fresh? Please tell us about your Double Yield cucumbers.

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