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identify cucumber

Posted by naat none (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 8, 12 at 14:37

Hi
when sowing seeds, in order not to mix them, every variety is sowed
separately and marked in an garden schematic
after one variety is done, the next one will follow,
that way the chance of accidental seed mixing is reduced.

Between three "white wonder" cucumber plants, wile on one side there are
Japanese cucumbers, on the other side English cucumbers
and tomato row is the next in parallel.

there was an new late coming fruit:
http://i1118.photobucket.com/albums/k617/aguaga/Fruit.jpg

and here is the foliage:
http://i1118.photobucket.com/albums/k617/aguaga/Foliage.jpg

the fruit size is about 3x3.5 at the moment and he lost its peach fuzz

much further down the row there are:

Painted Serpent
http://i1118.photobucket.com/albums/k617/aguaga/paintedserpent.jpg

Metki Dark
http://i1118.photobucket.com/albums/k617/aguaga/metkidarkfoliage.jpg

Carosello Barese
http://i1118.photobucket.com/albums/k617/aguaga/carosellobaresefoliage.jpg

and regular Armenian.

The foliage of the painted serpent in my garden is the closest one to resemble the one of the unknown type,
But the stems of painted serpent are slightly ribbed
and the stems of the unknown plant are rounder

the real melons i have looks different

if an mistake was made wile sowing the seeds, that sort of fruit should have been reappearing at least three more times elsewhere
But that is the only one around.

probably they sent me by mistake extra seed mixed with the white wonder cucumber seeds

none of my squashes, zucchini, melon, cucumber
has an identical look as that one

The question is: can anyone recognize that fruit?


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RE: identify cucumber

Looks like Summer Squash to me.


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RE: identify cucumber

  • Posted by naat none (My Page) on
    Sun, Jul 8, 12 at 17:56

Thanks stuffradio for your reply.
take a look at the fruit stalk, proportion wise it is thin and round
most Summer Squashes I had at that stage had much thicker and ribbed stalks
but I might be wrong of course.


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RE: identify cucumber

Not a summer squash; Stem and leaves suggest a Cucumis melo.


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RE: identify cucumber

  • Posted by naat none (My Page) on
    Mon, Jul 9, 12 at 6:59

Yes it is Probably Cucumis melo, but which one?
its foliage do not match other melons i grew
and its stem do not match Armenian Cucumber and its relatives
there is some foliage resemblance to painted serpent.
I guess eventually, if it is a regular melon of some sort it will spread sweet scent while maturing.
Did someone grew something that looks like that before?


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