Aunt Alice (Marie-Alice Laflamme Gosselin) was still growing her cucumber at age 90. She chose the largest and most beautiful to produce seeds that she soaked in milk, the day before Saint-Antoine, before planting them in the garden, in good rich and fertile black soil. Then, the succession not being there, the last seeds were entrusted to a passionate man who introduced us to this excellent variety.;This very productive cucumber is resistant to diseases. It is easy to digest. We prefer small cucumbers to larger fruits, for their juicy, crunchy and fragrant flesh.;Exceptional heritage variety.
Few seeds because it is difficult to extract seeds from this cucumber, it gives really little.