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Sandia Seed Company

Cucumber - Spacemaster-80 - 30 Seeds

Regular price $ 3.00 USD
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This cucumber grows as a bush with 2-3’ vines. Produces dark green 7-8“ slicers with excellent flavor. Very productive and reliable. Plants seeds 24” apart in warm soil. Grows well in small spaces and containers. The fruit is crisp and tasty, with a satisfying bite that is just right. The perfect cucumber for snacking, salads, and sandwiches, and even for pickling when harvested small. Spacemaster 80 performs very well in a wide range of climates and is very disease-resistant. 

Cucumber seeds can be planted directly into the garden soil.

Sow seeds 2-3 weeks after the last frost date. 

Make mounds of rich soil 2' apart and plant 2 seeds on top 1/2" deep. Later thin to 1 plant per mound. Keep well watered and fertilized throughout the growing season. Mulching can be useful in conserving moisture and minimizing the presence of weeds.

This productive plant grows like a bush and is only 36 inches long, yet bears a big harvest of slender, smooth 7- to 8-inch cukes.

Harvest your cucumbers depending on their use, and therefore their size. They can over-mature and become bitter quickly. Check your crop frequently and pick them at their peak quality by gently cutting them from the plant.

Each packet contains 30 Spacemaster-80 Cucumber seeds. Cucumis sativa. Annual. Open-pollinated, heirloom, Non-GMO. Harvest in 60 days. $3.00 

This packet plants 15 mounds for 15 plants. 

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Cucumber sprouts, stems, leaves, and fruit are edible.

Cucumbers are eaten fresh on salads and in sandwiches and so much more. They can also be baked, roasted, and stir-fried. Preserving cucumbers is commonly done by pickling them with brine and canning them in glass jars. Other ways to store cucumbers are by fermenting or dehydrating them.


Frost tolerant, disease resistant and good for containers. 


Cucumbers are crisp and refreshing, due to their high percentage of water. Along with a 95% water content, cucumbers have potassium, beta carotene, and vitamin K., They contain several phytochemicals with promising therapeutic benefits, and have successfully been used in Indian Ayurveda medicine for more than 3,000 years..

More Information about planting, growing, and harvesting cucumbers can be found in the Farmer's Almanac Growing Guide.

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