Cucumber

We offer certified organic cucumber seed for excellent market and garden varieties of European slicing cucumbers, American slicing cucumbers, pickling cucumbers, and specialty cucumbers. European slicing varieties have smoother, thinner skin than American slicing varieties, and while any type of cucumber can be pickled, pickling varieties tend to be shorter and fatter, making them especially well-suited to this purpose.

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  • Early, heavy yields of gherkin-type fruit for pickling. Fruit possesses a full, even shape with minimal tapering at a small size. Dense, crisp flesh and characteristic bumpy skin are most pronounced when young and help maintain crispness in pickling. Plants do not require pollination - perfect for greenhouses!

    • Parthenocarpic
    • 3-4" fruit
    • 60 Days
    • Packet 10 Seeds

    Disease Resistance Details
    High Resistance: Cucumber Mosaic Virus, Powdery Mildew, Scab
    Intermediate Resistance: Downy Mildew

    • $4.00
  • Heavy yields of unique plump cucumbers with creamy yellow skin. Sweet, delicate flavor and an oddly endearing appearance. Maintained for five generations by the Boothby family of Livermore, ME. Recognized by the Slow Food Ark of Taste.

    • Great container variety
    • Monoecious
    • 3-5" fruit
    • 63 Days
    • Packet 1/16 Ounce
    • $2.95
  • Exceptionally early, heavy yields of uniform, blocky fruits. Firm, 1" diameter cukes are great for pickling with excellent eating quality. Consistently the earliest, most productive cuke in our trials with an impressive disease resistance package! Vigorous gynoecious plants set only female flowers; Marketmore 76 is included for pollination.

    • Gynoecious
    • 4" fruit
    • 52 Days
    • Packet 10 Seeds

    Disease Resistance Details
    High Resistance: Angular Leaf Spot, Anthracnose, Cucumber Mosaic Virus, Powdery Mildew, Scab

    • $2.95
  • The leading source of resistance to the new strain of downy mildew in cucumbers. DMR 401 offers resistance to the newest strain of cucurbit downy mildew with foliage that stands strong against the pathogen to keep producing sizable, uniform fruits. The hands-down winner for mildew resistance in both extension and farmer trials. Best used in regions with heavy DM pressure, and during seasonal slots when DM is expected. Bred by Dr. Michael Mazourek of Cornell University with the support of a USDA-NIFA-OREI grant.

    • Monoecious
    • 7” fruit
    • 67 Days
    • Packet 10 Seeds

    Disease Resistance Details
    High Resistance: Downy Mildew

    • $2.95
  • Highly productive field cucumber with smooth, green skin and delicious, crisp texture. This adaptable variety has proven to be a productive and resistant cucumber for open field growing. The beautiful green skin protects a dense, juicy flesh on the inside leading to the perfect summer bite. Highly recommended for the commercial grower and home gardener alike. Plants do not require pollination.

    • Parthenocarpic
    • Spring/fall crop
    • 8-9" fruit
    • 55 Days
    • Packet 10 Seeds

    Disease Resistance Details
    Intermediate Resistance: Cucumber Mosaic Virus, Cucumber Vein Yellows Virus, Downy Mildew, Powdery Mildew

    • $4.10
  • Thin, tender skin, crisp flesh and a small seed cavity. Green Finger blew away hybrids in our trials for quality and yield. Unusually durable for this type; no wrapping needed! A field or open tunnel variety bred by Cornell University; requires pollination for fruit set. Beit Alphas are similar to European/Dutch types with the same ribbed skin but smaller.

    • Monoecious
    • Gourmet Beit Alpha-type
    • 6-8" fruit
    • 60 Days
    • Packet 1/16 Ounce

    Disease Resistance Details
    High Resistance: Powdery Mildew, Papaya Ringspot Virus, Watermelon Mosaic Virus, Zucchini Yellow Mosaic Virus

    • $2.95
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  • Lightly ribbed, long green fruits on vigorous, productive plants. Strong, compact plants are early to mature, producing one fruit per node. The highest yielding European type in our trials! Tasty, non-bitter fruits have golden flesh and an extended shelf life. Ideal for unheated greenhouses, but widely adapted to many different growing conditions and seasons.

    • Parthenocarpic
    • 12-13" fruit
    • 55 Days
    • Packet 10 Seeds
    • $15.30
  • Specialty variety prized by chefs for its delicate flavor and crunchy bite. Round fruits turn from pale greenish yellow to lemon yellow (the best eating stage) and then bright golden yellow (when it most closely resembles a lemon). Easy to grow; does well in short seasons. Great for large containers!

    • Tolerates cool weather
    • Monoecious
    • 3" fruits
    • 68 Days
    • Packet 1/16 Ounce
    • $2.95
  • Thin, lightly ribbed fruits are high yielding with excellent field performance. Crisp, consistent fruit set on hardy plants that do not require fertilization which allows for early productivity even under climatic stress. Performs exceptionally well on trellis while also producing heavy yields in the field.

    • Parthenocarpic
    • Gourmet Beit Alpha-type
    • 5-7" fruit
    • 55 Days
    • Packet 10 Seeds

    Disease Resistance Details
    Intermediate Resistance: Cucumber Vein Yellows Virus, Powdery Mildew

    • $4.10
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