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  1. Boston Pickling Cucumber - Packet

    The ten best genius recipes for cucumbers starts with this Boston Picking variety. Plan to slice into salad, stuff a jar with dill for pickles, chop into a fresh salsa with mint, or ...

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    Boston Pickling Cucumber - Packet Cucumis sativus
    $2.50
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    The ten best genius recipes for cucumbers starts with this Boston Picking variety. Plan to slice into salad, stuff a jar with dill for pickles, chop into a fresh salsa with mint, or blend with yogurt for Indian curry, the list goes on, and on. Order seeds now, get them in the ground and fill the harvest basket in no time at all.
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  2. White Wonder Cucumber

    Trellis them up an arbor and let the fruits of White Wonder Cucumber hang from under the dark cucumber foliage. Chop into salads or slice into the pickle jar. Once you grow heirloom ...

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    White Wonder Cucumber - Packet Cucumis sativus
    $2.50
    Per Packet
    Trellis them up an arbor and let the fruits of White Wonder Cucumber hang from under the dark cucumber foliage. Chop into salads or slice into the pickle jar. Once you grow heirloom White Wonder cucumber, you may wonder why it went out of fashion. Tolerates heat and grows supremely in most regions of the Unites States, the pale white skin tinged with green is juicy and prolific.
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  3. Mexican Sour Gherkin Cucumber

    You’ve seen this tiny watermelon shaped cucumber on your friend’s Instagram post. Mexican Sour Gherkin, also called a cucamelon, is the hot new heirloom vegetable that everyone w...

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    Mexican Sour Gherkin Cucumber - Packet Cucumis sativus
    $2.50
    Per Packet
    You’ve seen this tiny watermelon shaped cucumber on your friend’s Instagram post. Mexican Sour Gherkin, also called a cucamelon, is the hot new heirloom vegetable that everyone wants to grow. Looks like melon and tastes like cucumber but is actually Melothria scabra. Fast growing vines produce more tiny fruits than you can possibly eat. Ideal for grazing kid food, and adults who love to eat in the garden.
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