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Cucumber

Sweet and crisp, cucumbers are a taste of summer. Around here, a favorite preparation is to make “cucumber boats”. Cut them in half the long way and hollow them out to make “boats”. Fill with tuna salad, cover with cheese, and stick them under the broiler. Fast, easy, healthy, and delicious. And don’t forget pickles, a great way to preserve your summer bounty for winter consumption.

Items marked with a star are Annie's Favorites.

Minimum 25 seeds per packet unless otherwise noted in the product description.

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  • Ashley Cucumber
    $2.00 Ashley Cucumber
    65 days.  Ashley is a disease resistant cucumber that is tolerant of heat and humidity.  A great choice for the south.   Minimum of 25 seeds per packet.
  • Boston Pickling Cucumber
    $2.00 Boston Pickling Cucumber
    57 days.  One of the old standards, Boston Pickling has been around since 1883.  It produces high yields of 6 inch cucumbers, perfect for pickling.   Minimum of 25 seeds per packet.
  • Chicago Pickling Cucumber
    $2.00 Chicago Pickling Cucumber
    57 day.  This old variety has a thin skin and black spines.  It was developed in Chicago for the commercial pickle trade, and has been popular ever since to the home gardener.  It produces high yields of...
  • Homemade Pickles Cucumber
    $2.00 Homemade Pickles Cucumber
    55 day.  A wonderful pickling cucumber, Homemade pickles yields lots of green cucumbers.  They can be harvested small for baby pickles or left to grow to 5-6 inches for excellent dill pickles.   Minimum of...
  • Lemon Cucumber
    $2.00 Lemon Cucumber
    58-64 days.  Known for it's delicate flavor, Lemon Cucumber looks like a lemon when fully ripe, but is best harvested when it's pale greenish yellow.  It is easy to grow and does well in cool conditions and in...
  • Marketmore 76 Cucumber
    $2.00 Marketmore 76 Cucumber
    70 day.   Still one of the most commonly grown slicing cucumbers, it produces long, straight, almost seedless cucumbers that are great for slicing for salads.   Minimum of 25 seeds per packet...
  • Mexican Sour Gherkin Cucumber
    $3.00 Mexican Sour Gherkin Cucumber
    60-70 day.   Not a true cucumber, but it has a great tart, slightly lemony cucumber flavor.  It's delicate vines with petite leaves produce lots of little, 1 inch long, oblong cucumbers.  They are great...
  • Muncher Cucumber
    $2.00 Muncher Cucumber
    65 days.  This burpless variety is mild flavored, perfect for fresh eating or pickling.  It will grow 6 to 9 inches if left on the plant, so pick it early if you want to use it for pickling.   Minimum of 25...
  • National Pickling Cucumber
    $2.25 National Pickling Cucumber
    52 day.   Originally developed for the National Pickling Association, this pickling cucumber is what the growers asked for.  Dependable yields over a long season and tailored for Northern growers. ...
  • Paris Pickling Cucumber
    $2.00 Paris Pickling Cucumber
    61 day.  Paris Pickling Cucumber is a French cornichon cucumber.  It is very popular in markets in Paris, and produces large yields of small, crisp cucumbers.   Minimum of 25 seeds per packet...
  • Straight Eight Cucumber
    $2.00 Straight Eight Cucumber
    63 day.  An old fashioned variety still popular in home gardens, Straight Eight is both early and prolific.  It produces long, straight cucumbers that are excellent for slicing.   Minimum of 25 seeds per...