Wow just found this.
The bush cucumbers I didn't like for pickles. If you want to go up, get some hog wire cut it and roll it into a cylinder and hog ring 'em together, pointy ends in the ground for stability. But I never plant on the rows on the sides of the runners. Let 'em go and be happy, FREEDOM! LOL
Any of you tried the oriental variety of cucumbers? Some call them seedless, some call the Chinese, but I think the seeds we did were just oriental. I'll have to check the seed inventory in the freezer in the garage. No peeling required, very juicy, tender, and so crisp they will actually snap. If you ever get a chance, they get 5 stars from the Foamheart homestead. Mom liked 'em so much had to plant 'em ever year afterward.
I kinda miss this years garden, time slipped away from me, its as good an excuse as any. Actually I was just too dang lazy to get out in the summer heat this year.
Nice veggies Kat, Nothing better than a homegrown BLT!
BTW those hog wire cages work great for everything, reusable, definitely sturdy. Handy as pockets on a shirt.
We do cabbage, broccoli, greens (why mustard of course), cauliflower and strawberries in our winter garden, that Rio Verde cabbage it OMG unbelievably huge and tasty.