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Boston Pickling Cucumber 50 Heirloom Seeds
The "Boston Pickling Cucumber" has been around since the 19th century, and is still one of the big favorites. The cucumbers are flavorful and consistent in size, so they're never limited to pickle-making. They're stars of the salads, too. Harvest in about 70 days.
Calypso Pickling Cucumber 50 Hybrid Seeds
Exceptionally early, heavy yields of uniform, straight, blocky 3 to 4 by 1 inch dark green fruits with white spines. Suitable for machine or hand harvesting. Pollinator added 12 to 15 percent by weight. Harvest in about 60 about days.
Cool Customer Pickling Cucumber 50 Organic Seeds
Improved pickler selected for organic growers. Now you have it! , more crunch, and great taste. Uniform, blocky shape for jars and jars of attractive pickles. Vigorous plants produce 4 to 5 inch fruits over a long harvest period and are tough enough to withstand the pressures of organic growing conditions. Compared to Northern Pickling, Cool Customer has white spines (instead of black), which means fruit won't yellow; a smaller seed cavity; and a blocky, rather than tapered blossom end. First harvest is about a week later than Northern Pickling, though Cool Customer produces later into the canning season. Organically grown. Harvest in about 55 days.
H-19 Little Leaf Cucumber 50 Organic Seeds
The H-19 Cucumber is a compact, stress-tolerant plants now available in organic seed. Blocky, medium-length fruits are good for fresh eating, they pickle well, and have a distinctive, bright emerald green color. Vines are compact, multi-branching and yield well even under stress. Half normal-sized leaves provide easy visibility and harvesting. Parthenocarpic (plants can set fruit without pollination). Developed by the Univ. of Arkansas.
White spine. Organically grown. Cold Tolerant Variety does well at lower temperatures and may even be frost hardy. Performs well in greenhouses Variety does especially well when started in, or grown in, a greenhouse environment. Harvest in about 60 days.
Lemon Pickling Cucumber 50 Organic Heirloom Seeds
Lemon Pickling Cucumber produces small, rounded, pale yellow cucumbers that are now available as organic seed. Pick at 1 and 1/2 to 2 and 1/2 inch diameter.
This versatile cucumber is sweet and flavorful, and doesn't have much of the chemical that makes other cucumbers bitter and hard to digest. Though it's often served raw, it's also a good pickling cucumber. Specialty market salad item. NOTE: Very late to begin bearing. Harvest in about 62 days.
National Pickling Cucumber 50 Organic Seeds
National Pickling Cucumbers are short, thick cukes with blunt ends are perfect for pickles and delicious in salads. Fruits have striped, medium green skin and a slightly tapered shape to fit in a pickle jar. A heavy producer with black spines. Developed by the National Pickle Packers Association; the cuke pickle growers asked for. Productive 5 inch fruit. Organically grown. Harvest in about 60 days.
Northern Pickling Cucumber 50 Organic Seeds
Northern Pickling Cucumber is a high-yielding, early variety for salads and pickling. Medium green fruits bear early, and set heavily on short, space-saving vines. Fertilize well and pick frequently at a small size to maintain good color and fruit shape. Developed in Maine. Black spine. Organically grown. Harvest in about 50 days.
Salt and Pepper Pickling Cucumber 50 Organic Seeds
Organic, white-skinned pickling cucumber with powdery mildew resistance. Compared to Miniature White (which it replaced) and Boothby's Blonde, the 3 to 5 inch fruits are similar in size, with improved flavor and disease resistance. Black spines. Bred by Jason Cavatorta and Molly Jahn, Cornell University. 2011 Green Thumb Award Winner. Intermediate resistance to angular leaf spot and powdery mildew. Organically grown. Harvest in about 49 days.
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