The Phoenix variety is a late-maturing variety. It begins to bear fruit in 55-64 days after the appearance of the first shoots. Designed for planting in open ground, prefers light, loose soil. Like all cucumbers, Phoenix does not like drafts, so they select poorly ventilated places for it on the site. The variety is bee-pollinated. High-yielding: from 1 m2, you can collect up to 5 kg of cucumbers per season. It bears fruit throughout the entire summer period, almost before the onset of frost. Bushy, the length of the whip can reach 3 m. The leaves are small, rich green. The fruits of the Phoenix are bumpy, dark green in color. They have the shape of a spindle. In length, there are up to 12 cm. The weight of one green leaf varies from 50 to 68 g. The spikes are white. The taste of the Phoenix is rated "excellent".