What is Cucumber
Cucumber (scientific name:Cucumis sativus L.) is vegetables of the non-hardy non-heat resistance climbing nature annual plant of the gourd family cucumber genus. It makes five yellow valves flower bloom in summer. The flower lets the male flower only for stamens and the female flower only for pistils bloom to a one stock in diclinism. A female flower bears fruit and produces a slim fruit as a pinkie and grows up to 15-30 cm. The fruit which grew up is slim, and the surface is strong green and there is a wart and the inside is light green and there is crispness when It is eaten and tastes doess not have the habit to a crust when It peels skin of. The leaf is in the shape of a palm and It does a lobation, and hair grows and is gritty. Hair grows to the stem. Because vines are postponed till cultivation well at time, a prop and a net are necessary. As for the fruit, there is the dish which It is fried with oil and vinegar, a red red pepper with pickles such as omophagia and a fresh radish preserved with salt and malt or the seasoning vegetables in salted rice-bran paste, Chinese food.
Common name: cucumber , scientific name: Cucumis sativus L., The place of origin: The - Himalayas of India , Height of a plant: 100-200 cm (bud nipping), diclinism, anthesis: For from June to August, it is a color of a flower: Yellow, female flower diameter & male flower diameter: A 2.5-4 cm fruit color: Green, The true head: 15-30 cm, harvesttime: From June to September.