Cucumbers

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(Vine Crops will be shipped at 2 leaf stage.)
Cucumbers are native to India and records indicate it may be one of the oldest cultivated vegetables.

New Armenian:
60 days; Heirloom. Heavily ribbed, light green with a mild, sweet taste. The fruit grows very long, and is best eaten when 12″ long and less than 2 1/2″ across. The fruit will grow straighter if grown on a trellis; on the ground, the fruit is often crooked.

Burpless 26 (Japanese):
60 days; Smooth dark green fruit are very thin skinned and tasty with no bitterness. Best if picked at 8” to 10”. Superior eating quality!

Bush:
60 days; Firm dark green 8” fruit with a bush–type habit for small gardens or containers.

Cucamelon:
65 days; Heirloom. This is a tiny treasure. Small 1-1½” grape size cucumbers are shaped like baby watermelons. Great added to salads or can be pickled. They have a cucumber-like taste with a touch of lemon.

Homemade Pickles:
55 days; Heirloom. Plants produce 5-6” fruit. Crisp texture and good flavor make this cucumber ideal for pickling. Burpless. Prolific producer.

Lemon:
65 days; Heirloom plants produce 3-4” lemon-sized yellow fruit. Great for adding color to salads. Wonderfully sweet flavor. White flesh is burpless and mild.

Tendergreen Burpless:
55 days; 7” long. High yield, sweet, tender, non-bitter and acid free! English variety, no peeling needed Resists mildew. Can be also be used for pickling if picked early.