In this post you will find a video featuring a creative planting including Mexican Sour Gherkins.  These fun little healthy snacks are super easy to grow and enjoy as outlined below

Mexican Sour Gherkins Video

This is my first you to grow the Mexican Sour Gherkins on my patio.  I found a cute little cloth bag on Amazon to grow this fun plant in.  In the side pockets of the cloth planter I added strawberry plants.  All these plants are doing very well and we are enjoying a few handful of small cucumbers in late July.  Check out my video feature below:

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More About The Mexican Sour Gherkins

Cute Little Gherkins on The Vine

The plant featured here today is an HEIRLOOM. Tiny, sweet treats have sweet cucumber flavor combined with a tangy sourness.  I received my plant from Burpee Seed as a Garden Blogger. One look at the images below and you will see why I am totally growing these again.

I personally recommend this plant for anyone in small spacee or with children.  The growing experience is super fun and will totally get any anti-vegetable eaters interested in growing their own.

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