Boston Pickling produces bright-green, 3 inch fruits that have black spines. Not only is this variety great for pickling, but also for salads when picked early. Very high yields. Bears continually if kept picked. 52 days to harvest.
An All-American award winner, Fanfare hybrid cucumber features a compact yet vigorous plant which produces high-quality fruits later into the growing season than other small-vined varieties extending the growing season.
These solid, crisp cucumbers were especially bred for making pickles. The plants produce high yields of cucmbers with superb flavor. The cucumbers can be picked early for small, sweet pickles or later for dill.
One of our favorite cucumbers! Not only for their unique lemon shape, but for their fine crunchy texture and non-bitter skins. Easy to grow like regular cucumbers with loads of two to three inch fruits from mid-summer to fall.
Marketmore is one of the most widely grown slicer and salad varieties. Prolific 4-6 ft. vines. Dark green, smooth-skinned variety has sturdy skin that holds up well in packing and transportation. These cucumbers grow between 8 to 9 inches long.
Mark's favorite, Orient Express has dark green fruit that comes on earlier than Burpless Hybrids. Harvest young, slim 10 to 14 inch fruits every 2 to 3 days. Trellis on snow fence to keep fruit straight.
Bush Spacemaster has fruits that are 6 to 8 inches long. No trellis is needed. This space saving favorite has short bushy plants that grow great in containers. This cucumber does not need another pollinator and is resistant to mosaic virus and scab.
All-America Selections Winner! Plant produces high yields of 8" long dark green cucumbers. One of the best slicing cucumbers on the market. A favorite for home or market, fruits are straight and about 8 inches long.