Super Zagross is a heavy yielding Lebanese cucumber. This seed comes to us from Ferme Coopérative Tourne-Sol / Tourne-Sol Co-operative Farm.Vine Crops / Cucumbers / Slicing
1805 Smoothies cucumber was brought to Canada around the turn of the 20th century from Russia. An early small cuke with quite thin, smooth skin. Delightful eating fresh.Vine Crops / Cucumbers / Pickling / Slicing
Boothby’s Blond, an heirloom variety from Maine, produces crisp medium sized slicers of a yellowy cream colour.Vine Crops / Cucumbers / Slicing
Landis White has medium-sized fruits that are crispy, sweet and white at the eating stage. They turn yellow when fully ripe (the seed harvesting stage). An heirloom from Pennsylvania.Vine Crops / Cucumbers / Slicing
We are offering three white cucumbers this year. Miniature White produces small sweet fruits for fresh eating or pickling.Vine Crops / Cucumbers / Slicing
Lemon cucumber (1894) has short oval lemon-yellow fruit with black spines. Flesh is white, crisp and mild.Vine Crops / Cucumbers / Slicing
Tante Alice cucumber comes from Mme Alice Gosselin of Dorchester, QC. She was born in 1910 and grew it for many years. It produces long good-looking fruits.Vine Crops / Cucumbers / Slicing
Green Ridge has fruits slightly longer than Straight Eight. We got the seed from Europe over a decade ago but we know nothing about its history.Vine Crops / Cucumbers / Slicing
Straight Eight (AAS 1935) is a cultivar that has been grown here a long time. The fruits are very slow to get overripe. A long green slicer of very good eating quality.Vine Crops / Cucumbers / Slicing
Bush crop produces mid-long cukes on somewhat compact plants.Vine Crops / Cucumbers / Slicing
Bush Pickle produces short fruits on very dwarf plants.
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Early Russian is a short season pickling cuke. Offered by Hovey & Co. in 1854. We also have an 1875 catalogue from Ewing Brothers of Montreal which gives the following information: early and hardy, small, 20 cents per ounce, 5 cents per packet.Vine Crops / Cucumbers / Pickling
National Picking (1924) was bred in Michigan and is a straight, green 5”-6” pickling cuke.
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