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  1. Bush Romano Bean

    BUSH ROMANO BEAN (54 days)

    This bush Romano-type bean continues to be the best of its class year after year. The plants are compact, yield is early, abundant, and extends over a number of weeks. Beans are 6" long, a tad shorter than the pole types, and possess that incomparable Romano flavor. 2 oz packet (approx. 120 seeds) Learn More
    $1.50

  2. Stringless Green Pod Bean

    STRINGLESS GREEN POD BEAN (heirloom)

    Green Bush Bean. HEIRLOOM 1894 Produces loads of meaty, juicy, and round 6 inch green beans that stay totally stringless and tender even at a large size. This is an excellent bean for canning, freezing, or market. 2 oz packet (approx. 150 seeds) Learn More
    $1.75

  3. Homemade Pickles Cucumber

    HOMEMADE PICKLES CUCUMBER (54 days)

    The ideal size and shape of these cukes as well as the crisp texture and good flavor make it the quintessential pickler. Whether picked small for tiny gherkins, medium size for dill spears, or large for bread and butter slices, the medium green, short, plump cukes are perfect. The 2 3/4 foot vines are vigorous and prolific, ensuring that you have plenty of the best ever homemade pickles. 25 seeds. Learn More
    $1.75

  4. SPACEMASTER CUCUMBER (59 days)

    SPACEMASTER CUCUMBER (59 days)

    A full sized 7 1/2 inch cuke, primarily a slicer, on a short 3 foot vine; good for trellising in a tight spot or in a container. Its nice flavor and appearance is enhanced by its resistance to mosaic and scab. 25 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  5. Brown Russian Cucumber

    BROWN RUSSIAN CUCUMBER

    Introduction from Ukraine 1879. When ripe, this cucumber is definitely very different than others having crackled, rusty brown skin. It can be picked young, at 3-4 inches with whitish yellow skin but still maintains really good flavor at the ripe and unique brown stage. 20 sds. Learn More
    $1.75

  6. BOSTON PICKLING CUCUMBER (heirloom)

    BOSTON PICKLING CUCUMBER (heirloom)

    HEIRLOOM pre1880 Per DM Ferry 1930, "This is a very productive variety that is extensively grown for pickles. The vines are vigorous. The fruits are bright green, of medium size, very smooth, and symmetrical. The flesh is crisp and tender". 25 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  7. LONG GREEN IMPROVED CUCUMBER (70 days)

    LONG GREEN IMPROVED CUCUMBER (70 days)

    HEIRLOOM 1842 According to the 1936 James Vicks Seeds catalog: "Of the black spine type, growing 12 to 13 inches long and 3 inches in diameter. Very popular for slicing and salting when mature, and when small, much esteemed for pickling". 25 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  8. White Wonder Cucumber

    WHITE WONDER CUCUMBER (60 days heirloom)

    HEIRLOOM pre 1890 An attractive white cucumber that originated in upstate New York. Black spined fruits are oval, 6 to 9 inches long and the skin is ivory white when fruit are young, becoming more of a cream color at full maturity. The crisp flesh is mild tasting and delicious. A very productive, vigorous variety. 25 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  9. Lemon Cucumber

    LEMON CUCUMBER (65 days heirloom)

    HEIRLOOM 1894. Originated in 1894, the 3 inch fruits are round, pale yellow in color, with a white flesh that is easily digested and never bitter. Yields are abundant. Also called crystal apple, the plant is drought resistant. 25 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  10. Crystal Apple Cucumber

    CRYSTAL APPLE CUCUMBER

    A very prolific variety first introduced from New Zealand in 1934. Its best flavor in its young stage at about 2 inches with tender pale greenish skin and mildly sweet flesh. A great little novelty cuke to show off to your friends plus it compliments a salad well. Learn More
    $1.50

  11. WEST INDIA GHERKIN CUCUMBER (65 days)

    WEST INDIA GHERKIN CUCUMBER (65 days)

    HEIRLOOM 1793 Although this variety has been sold in the US since the early 1800's, we suspect it will appear quite unique to most home gardeners. The leaves don't resemble cucumber leaves at all; they look like watermelon leaves. Vines are long and bear multitudes of small oval fruit which are exceptionally spiny. Used for unusual and good tasting pickles, they will also add a bit of surprise to a salad.? 25 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  12. KENTUCKY WONDER BEAN (66 day heirloom)

    KENTUCKY WONDER BEAN (66 day heirloom)

    Pole Bean. HEIRLOOM 1877 This dual purpose bean can be used for either eating fresh or as a shell bean. A real heirloom, it came from a woman named Nancy Davis in Kentucky. Pods grow to 9 inches in length and yield is continuous. Picked young, they are among the tastiest green beans. 2 oz packet (approx. 150 seeds) Learn More
    $1.75

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