Most varieties are heat tolerant, so a bright, sunny, south-facing wall generally works well.
Plastic, ceramic, and even cloth pots all make excellent choices for growing cucumbers.
This special soil helps retain moisture and airflow better than traditional garden soil.
Cucumbers notoriously do not do well with transplanting. For this reason, it is better to buy seeds and direct sow them into your pots than to buy seedlings.
The key is to keep the soil consistently moist to the touch at all times, without allowing the dirt to get soggy.
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