Cucumbers are easy to grow in a container. Choose the container carefully. The pot should be big so that it can hold a greater quantity of soil, which in turn means that the pot can retain water for a longer duration. Cucumbers need a lot of water on a continuous basis. Another option is to use a self-watering container.
Plant cucumber seeds in the intended container or smaller containers between one-half and one inch deep in the soil. Smaller containers are useful when starting the seeds inside. Once the saplings begin to grow, transplant them to the large containers. The potting soil should be of good quality. It is better to use organic soil. If the soil is without fertilizer, add an all-purpose fertilizer before planting the cucumbers. Cucumber plants require a lot of sun and should be placed in an area that receives six to eight hours of sunlight per day.
Cucumbers need a lot of nutrients. All-purpose fertilizer should be added to the potting soil at regular intervals. For extra nutrition, liquid fish emulsion and seaweeds can be used once every two weeks. Cucumbers grow well in warm temperatures, so the soil temperature should be between 70 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit.