Packets contain a minimum of 15 seeds.
We are currently offering 5 varieties of Cucumber Seeds.
Even though the Armenian Cuke may look and taste like a cucumber, botanically it's a variety of muskmelon. Thin skinned, light green, ribbed fruits have no bitterness, and make great pickles. Prolific output, performs best in full sun, growing to two feet and more; straight when trellised but tending to curve when grown on the ground. Most flavorful when it's 12-15" long. In middle-eastern markets the pickled Armenian is sold as "Pickled Wild Cucumber". (Also know as Snake Melon, Serpent Cucumber.)
An heirloom variety developed by the National Pickle Packers Association! Prolific producer over a long season, of medium green, thin skinned, 6" cukes. Perfect for pickles and delicious for slicing into salads. The cuke that pickle growers asked for!
58-75 days. Uniform, dark green. glossy and straight. 8-9 inches long. Sweet mild flavour. Best supported. Good for cool climates.
Heirloom from Maine. Heavy producer of oval 6-8 inch cream-yellow warty fruits with black spines. Excellent crisp flavour. No need to peel. Best eaten when about 4 inches long. Very good for bread and butter pickles. 55-60 days.
An old-time variety that consistently produces abundant crops of sweet 8" slicing cukes. Start in greenhouse or sow directly in warm soil. Cucumbers need rich, well-drained soil and ample water. Black plastic mulch helps keep the roots warm and the fruits cleaner and less damaged by bugs.