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Organic Double Yield Cucumber, 1924 Heirloom Organic Double Yield Cucumber, 1924 Heirloom In Stock

Organic Double Yield Cucumber, 1924 Heirloom

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Seed Exchange - A home garden variety grown for fresh eating or canning, this standard, late-season white corn has narrow “shoe peg” (non-rowed) kernels. Tapered 7-8" ears grow on 7-8' stalks that often produce two ears. This historic variety was introduced in 1890 by S. D. Woodruff & Sons of Orange, Connecticut. 88-92 days. Organic Uniform 6 inch long fruit When one fruit is harvested, 2 or 3 more are produced 50-60 days 25 Seeds   Instructions - When growing plants on a trellis, space seed 6-8” apart and thin as necessary; train the plants to climb the trellis with an initial guidance....

Organic Organic Armenian Cucumber, 1400's Heirloom Organic Organic Armenian Cucumber, 1400's Heirloom In Stock

Organic Organic Armenian Cucumber, 1400's Heirloom

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The Living Seed Company - This is my favorite fruit (or is it a vegetable) and love growing it. Also known as Striped Armenian, this unique cucumber was introduced to Italy from Armenia back in the 1400’s.  Botanically a melon (C. melo) but looks and tastes like a cucumber!  A unique appearance of a slender dark and light green striped body. Never has the bitterness often associated with traditional cucumbers instead this fruit is always crunchy and mild in flavor.  Known for having few seeds and no bumps, best of all this fruit does not need to be peeled. Known as the snake...

Organic North Carolina Heirloom Cucumber Late 1800's Heirloom Organic North Carolina Heirloom Cucumber Late 1800's Heirloom In Stock

Organic North Carolina Heirloom Cucumber Late 1800's Heirloom

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Seed Exchange - This flavorful variety produces small, straight, pale-yellow to white fruit with juicy, crunchy, and light-green flesh. The fruits are slightly ridged, measure 1.5-2" long and 3-3.7" wide, and weigh 2-4.5 ounces. Moderately vining plants have distinctly lobed leaves and dense foliage. This prized heirloom was donated to Seed Savers Exchange in the mid-1980s by member Marian Hart and can be traced back to a family that has stewarded it for more than a century in the mountains of North Carolina. 60-70 days. Organic From the Collection New for 2020 Small, pale-yellow, juicy, crunchy fruit grows up to 2"...

Organic Early Fortune Cucumber, 1910 Heirloom Organic Early Fortune Cucumber, 1910 Heirloom In Stock

Organic Early Fortune Cucumber, 1910 Heirloom

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Seed Exchange - Also known as Special Dark Green, this variety was introduced around 1910 by the Jerome B. Rice Seed Company of Cambridge, New York. It originated with George Starr of Royal Oak, Michigan, who discovered it in a crop of Davis Perfect (now extinct). Fruits measure 8" long. 55-60 days. Best Seller Organic Fruits grow up to 8 inches Dark green skin 55-60 days 25 Seeds   Instructions - When growing plants on a trellis, space seed 6-8" apart and thin plants as necessary; train plants to climb the trellis with an initial guidance. Alternatively, make 12" hills at least 6'...

Organic Parisian Pickling Cucumber, Late 1800's Heirloom Organic Parisian Pickling Cucumber, Late 1800's Heirloom In Stock

Organic Parisian Pickling Cucumber, Late 1800's Heirloom

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Seed Exchange - Also known as Improved Bourbonne, this dark-green cucumber with firm, thick flesh and inconspicuous seeds is suitable for pickling or slicing. An historic French variety used in the late 1800s to manufacture gherkins (cornichons). Listed in 1892 by James J. H. Gregory of Marblehead, Massachusetts. Can be harvested small for pickling (50 days) or larger for slicing (70 days) Organic Dark green skin Used for gherkins 70 days 25 Seeds   Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors in 12" diameter hills after the last frost when soil is warm. Space hills 6' apart in all directions. Can also be started indoors...

 

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