Cucumber Bulk


(Cucumis sativus) Cucumbers originated in India or western Asia, and have been known to gardeners for at least 3,000 years. Their diverse forms and flavors are now appreciated and utilized in local cuisines around the world. Warm growers, they are best sown in place after the last frost of spring. Very rich soil, well-drained yet moist, suits them best. Full sun exposure is usually preferred, except that in hot-summer areas, the plants might benefit from some mid afternoon shade. The vines run to about 5 feet in length. Or, to save space, grow them on a trellis.

Marketmore 76 Cucumber

Marketmore 76 Cucumber 1 oz

70 days. Dark green, 8”-9” fruit; great slicer! Good yields! Excellent... Read More
Lemon Cuke Cucumber

Lemon Cuke Cucumber 1 oz

60 days. The shape, size, and color of a lemon, but the flavor is sweet... Read More
White Wonder Cucumber

White Wonder Cucumber 1 oz

60 days. A great yielder. Creamy-ivory, 7”-long fruits, delicious and great... Read More
Double Yield Cucumber

Double Yield Cucumber 1 oz

55 days. Very productive pickling type. Bright green fruits reach to 8... Read More
Early Fortune

Early Fortune Cucumber 1 oz

55 days. (Also called Special Dark Green) A super dependable garden cucumber,... Read More

Longfellow Cucumber 1 oz

65 days. An unusually long, slender, dark green variety. Not a heavy yielder,... Read More
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