Gardening Questions And Answers
Baboon’s cucumbers should be grown in well-drained soil, with lots of water during the growing season. Providing with warmth and fertiliser during its active will also speed up its growth. During the summer, water regularly, but not during autumn or winter as this could leave it vulnerable to rotting.
It grows very slow, but it possible to increase the speed of growth by providing adequate amount of water, warmth and fertilizer during the active growing season. Baboon’s Cucumber likes a sunny position, but avoid direct blasting sun in summer. Water regularly during the summer. Avoid watering in the fall or winter.
It can be grown from seed in most areas, as long as the young plants are protected against drought, severe frost and too much sunlight. As a climber, the stems will need some support to give a showy effect. Baboon’s Cucumber prefers well-drained soil, lots of water in the growing-period and some sun.