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Melissa’s Hot House Cucumbers are more uniformly shaped than regular cucumbers and have an appealing green color. Cucumbers can be divided into three categories: the field-grown slicing or table varieties, the much smaller, also field grown, pickling varieties and the greenhouse or hot house varieties grown under artificial light.Can you grow cucumbers in a greenhouse?
Our greenhouse cucumber seed offering includes unique and award-winning varieties, including cucumber varieties that thrive in hydroponic environments. Our earliest, most productive slicer, vigorous in field or greenhouse.How do you grow cucumbers from seed in a planter?
Position your cucumber planter in a sunny window. For optimal growth, the plant should receive at least 6 hours of sunlight a day. Allow the seedlings to grow to a height of 2 to 3” (50 to 75 mm). Don't thin them before they reach this minimum height.Do cucumbers need sunlight to grow?
Cucumbers need a lot of sunlight to produce a bumper crop. Cucumbers rely heavily on photosynthesis to build strong, sturdy and productive vines. A process that is centered around the sun entirely. Locate your crop in an area that receives a minimum of 8 hours of sunlight each day.