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Old August 2, 2015   #1
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Wow Yum earned a spot in 2016 garden
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Old August 2, 2015   #2
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Wow Yum earned a spot in 2016 garden
http://www.johnnyseeds.com/p-5540-diva.aspx

First offered by Johnny's Select seeds and what isn't said there is that it was developed by Johnny's (Robert Johnston) wife.

I like it as well, but there are many cuke varieties that I like, from the miniature ones to the long Armenian ones, all of which are out there in containers in my backyard right now, the armenian ones have a two sided wooden ladder for them to climb on when they get motivated.

I happen to think that Johnny's is one of THE best seed sites around. I used to send their garden manager tomato seeds for trial and so did Craig L ( nctomatoman).

For those interested in the background of the company here it is and I know I was in Colorado when I got one of those first small flimsy paper catalogs.

http://www.johnnyseeds.com/t-history.aspx

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