Cucumber Seeds

These crisp juicy fruits seem to sit around lazily on the ground, just waiting to plucked because nothing quenches the thirst on a hot day in late July quite like a cucumber. While most people are familiar with the common dark green slicer cukes, they actually come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and even colors. Any cucumber can be pickled, but some varieties are bred for uniformity and girth and are specifically labeled for pickling. Slicers, which are mostly eaten fresh, are thinner and longer with some that can even grow up to two feet if given the opportunity. Nutrients: vitamins A, C, K, B6, folate, thiamin, potassium, magnesium.

Companions: bush beans, brassicas, eggplant, nasturtium, sunflowers and onions.
Antagonists: potatoes and sage.

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      Slicing Cucumber Seeds - Muncher, ORGANIC

      Cucumis sativus A crispy, crunchy cucumber that doesn't get bitter! 6-9" long green, smooth and nearly spineless fruit grow on sturdy vines. Use for slicing, snacking and pickling. Mosaic resistant....

      Slicing Cucumber Seeds - Suyo Long, ORGANIC

      Cucumis melo The longest cuke in our collection! Grow this tasty Asian variety up a trellis and be rewarded with 10-18" long sweet and crisp fruit that is nearly seedless....

      Slicing Cucumber Seeds - Armenian, ORGANIC

      Cucumis melo ORGANIC. HEIRLOOM. Produces crisp, thin-skinned fruits that look and taste like cucumber, but are actually melons. Fruits are best harvested at 12-15". 

      Slicing Cucumber Seeds - Marketmore 76, ORGANIC

      Cucumis sativus One of the best garden and market quality cucumbers available. Sweet flavor and tender texture. Dark-green 8" long fruits with 4-6' vines. Great slicer and salad variety. Resistant...