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  1. Painted Serpent Cucumber

    PAINTED SERPENT CUCUMBER

    Fruits are light green with darker striped ribs which curl into snakelike shapes. Grows 3 to 4 feet long, but best picked at 15 inches. Produces on a long vine. The mild, delicious fruit are not a true cucumber but a melon. Originated in Armenia. 25 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  2. Little Tyke Cucumber

    LITTLE TYKE CUCUMBER(35 days)

    Looking for a great, prolific pickling cuke? Then these are for you. During harvest time each plant brings forth petite, tender fruits that grow great in hot climates and have a good keeping quality. Little Tyke has primarily female flowers so it is best planted along with another early cuke. 25 seeds. Learn More
    $1.95

  3. National Pickling Cucumber

    NATIONAL PICKLING CUCUMBER (52 days)

    The old standby that still provides a nice combination of earliness and abundant yields. Fruit can be used at any size, growing to be 5 1/2 inches long, 2 1/2 inches wide, and a dark mottled green. Vines are rambling and prolific.? 25 seeds. Learn More
    $0.95

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  4. Sweet Success Cucumber

    SWEET SUCCESS CUCUMBER **sold out**

    This variety was the All America Winner for 1983. The vine is very vigorous (6 feet) and could use some support. Fruit is set without pollination (parthenocarpy) and thus is seedless like a greenhouse cucumber but this variety can be grown outside, in the presence of insects. Fruit is 14 inches long and delicious. 10 seeds. Learn More

    Regular Price: $2.75

    Special Price: $0.00

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  5. Picolino Cucumber

    PICOLINO CUCUMBER

    A miniature English cucumber with tender, thin skin, a crisp, crunchy and sweet taste. All from 4 inch fruits that can be grown in the garden or a greenhouse. It will be hard not to eat all these little guys straight from the vine but with the high yields from the all-female flowers (parthenocarpic, fruits set without pollination) you will be inundated. Keep picking continuously for a long harvest. Not the cheapest seed around but we love these cukes so much we wanted to offer them to our customer who might want to splurge on one vegetable variety and try something new. Disease resistance: cucumber mosiac virus, cucumber vein yellows virus, powdery mildew, scab, target leaf spot. 5 seeds. Learn More
    $2.95

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  6. MINISTRO CUCUMBER (F1 Hybrid, 50 Days)

    MINISTRO CUCUMBER (F1 Hybrid, 50 Days)

    An early yielding slicing cucumber with cylindrical, deep green fruit and smooth skin. Bountiful amounts of 9 inches cucumbers keep on growing through out the season. Learn More
    $2.50

  7. Calypso Cucumber

    CALYPSO CUCUMBER (F1 hybrid 50 days)

    Calypso was developed by the University of North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station as a very high yielding pickling cucumber for commercial growers. However, it is a fine choice for home gardeners as well. The blocky (1 inch by 3 inch) cukes are a very dark green with a minimal white spine. It is a gynoecious variety with a small percentage of a male pollinator added. It was bred to be resistant to nearly a dozen different diseases. Oh - also tastes great. 25 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  8. HEIKE CUCUMBER

    HEIKE CUCUMBER (F1 Hybrid, 58 days)

    Germ 6-10 days. Produces predominantly female flowers for earlier harvests and large yields. Slender, dark green fruit is bitter free and matures to 12-13". Grow under tunnels and cold frames or in the open field. 25 seeds. Learn More
    $2.25

  9. Diva Cucumber

    DIVA CUCUMBER (58 days)

    Another All America winner (2002) from our good neighbors to the north - Johnny's Selected Seeds. Diva is a nearly seedless parthenocarpic variety. It produces exclusively female flowers which do not require pollination to set fruit. Diva is considered a Beit Alpha type, the smooth skinned class of fruits that originated in the Middle East. Fruits are very crisp with an attractive medium green color and very sweet, never bitter flavor. Diva is resistant to scab and mildews. 25 seeds. Learn More
    $2.25

  10. BEIT ALPHA CUCUMBER (F1 hybrid 52 days)

    BEIT ALPHA CUCUMBER (F1 hybrid 52 days)

    Also called a Lebanese or Middle Eastern cucumber, much of the breeding work on these varieties has been done in Israel. The large, smooth, somewhat blocky, burpless, and nearly spineless fruit can be either pickled or eaten fresh. The flavor, including that of the skin, is very mild. 25 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  11. SWING CUCUMBER

    SWING CUCUMBER (F1 Hybrid, 65 days)

    Germ 6-10 days. A great cucumber with all female flowers for outdoor or greenhouse growing. Crisp, 8-10" fruit are slightly spined with a non bitter taste. Grows well in unfavorable weather elements and has a strong resistance to powdery mildew and scab. 25 seeds. Learn More
    $2.95

  12. BUSH CROP CUCUMBER (55 days)

    BUSH CROP CUCUMBER (55 days)

    This slicing type combines a full size 6 to 8 inch cuke with a short, 2 1/2 to 3 foot bushy plant and no runners. It forms a neat, attractive mound. Fruit are quite crispy and juicy with good flavor. 25 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

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