Cool, refreshing heirloom cucumbers come in a variety of shapes and colors. Easy to grow with abundant yield, they're great pickled (harvest young for sweet pickles, larger for dills) or eaten fresh. Sow directly into the garden leaving plenty of space for trailing vines.
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A & C Pickling
Introduced in 1928 by Abbott & Cobb of Philadelphia, PA. Extremely productive …
Heirloom cucumber variety from Livermore, Maine, where the Boothby family has …
Vigorous vines produce large yields of smooth fruit. It is excellent for pickles …
A very rare Chinese cucumber. This was our largest yielding variety ever — just a few …
High yielding, sturdy vines will be popular with all those who preserve food.
Large, 10-inch long, unique fruits are pale green in color with small warts and …
Double Yield (Organic)
Introduced in 1924 by Joseph Harris & Co. of Coldwater, New York, this …
Fun to grow, and very unique-looking; great for children. This new favorite …
Introduced to SSE in 1982 by Clarice Cooper of Kansas and her late husband …
A personal favorite! Long, slim fruit — with few seeds — that are crisp and mild.
A superb eating variety that produces abundant yields of 8 to 9 inch fruit.
These white-skinned, black-spined pickling cukes are great for container gardens.
Old Time White
Grown for over 50 years by Mrs. Ruby Wallace of Dallas, North Carolina.
Smooth-skinned fruits turn from white to golden-yellow to russet brown and …
Large fruits can reach several pounds in size. The ripe fruit of the Sikkim …
Contains very few seeds and is crisp, tender and mild, with superb flavor.
True Lemon (Organic)
Used primarily for pickling, slicing and in salads. Rust and drought resistant.
Fun to grow! This fascinating variety is from the Mideast country of Uzbekistan.