Short vines grow to 5 feet
Produces bumper crops for fresh eating and pickling, with fruits seemingly growing overnight in peak season. A bush cucumber, this variety will take up only 2 or 3 square feet per plant. Introduced to American gardeners by Seed Savers Exchange in 1992, the variety originated in Russia, where its short vines (up to 5′ long) and ease of growing made it perfect for dacha or second-home gardens near Moscow. 45-50 days. ??900 seeds/oz.