Developed at the University of Wisconsin in 1959, this ever-bearing variety produces masses of small crisp, sweet fruits over the whole growing season if kept well picked. One of the best cucumber varieties for pickling. In trial results Wisconsin SMR-58 cucumber seeds performed better outdoors than in the greenhouse. Resistant to scab and Mosaic Virus. Be sure to keep your cucumber vines carefully picked so that the continue to produce over a long harvest season. Train your vines so that they grow vertically. This way, the fruits mature nice and straight, and evenly coloured on all sides.
Fresh cucumbers taste so much better than store bought ones and each variety has a unique flavour. Although cucumbers are fairly low in nutrients, they are surprisingly easy to grow, and very useful in the kitchen.