The Picolino cucumbers are great. The seedlings are a little fragile, but once the plants start climbing they are very tough.
I'm having a hard time attracting bees to my suburban garden, but these plants keep setting lots of tasty, seedless cucumbers without any bees. Vines do need to climb, but they have a short nice length so a fairly short fence or trellis is sufficient.
The cucumbers are tasty from gherkin size to whole dill size. The fruits get long before they get fat, so for salad use I like them about 4" long but only about 1" in diameter. At that size, they make petite, truly bite-size slices.
Delivery took a few weeks, but I was warned about that in advance and the seeds were delivered when promised.