Best used for making pickles

Armstrong Early Cluster

Armstrong Early Cluster - 50 days - Very early, compact plants produce large numbers of small, thumb size in length cucumbers perfect for whole pickles.  Pkt. $2.00  Certified Organic Seed

Boston Pickling

Boston Pickling- 51 days-  Introduced in 1880, a moderately short, plump pickling cucumber.  Pkt. $1.50   Certified Organic Seed

Bush Pickle

Bush Pickle- 58 days- Newer introduction, short vines, and lots of medium sized pickling type. Pkt. $2.50 Certified Organic Seed

Chicago Pickling

Chicago Pickling- 55 days- Excellent short, fat pickling type that holds up well to insects and disease.  Introduced in 1888.  Pkt. $2.00   Certified Organic Seed 


Chipper - 60 days - Very productive pickler that is short and fat, developed for the pickle chip industry.  Pkt. $2.00  Certified Organic Seed  

Early Green Cluster

Early Green Cluster- 58 days- A little later type, also excellent for pickles.  Introduced in 1778.  Pkt. $1.50  Certified Organic Seed

Morden Early

Morden Early- 45 days- Nice bush plant, compact vines, super early, nice pickler. Developed at  the Morden Experiment Station in Manitoba.  Pkt. $2.00  Certified Organic Seed

North Carolina Heirloom Pickling

North Carolina Heirloom Pickling- 60 days- A wonderful 2 to 3 inches, blocky, creamy white cucumber.  Makes superb dill pickles.  Stay crisp when pickled. a  heavy producer and continuous producer all season long.   Pkt. $2.50 Certified Organic Seed

Rhinish Pickle

Rhinish Pickle - 55 days - Old German pickler type, black spines, very good pickler.  Pkt. $1.75  Certified Organic Seed

Ukrainian Pickling

Ukrainian Pickling- 60 days- Light green fruits, as is typical of the Eastern European types, they turn a russet color when ripe and will remain solid for several weeks in storage.  Pkt. $1.50   Certified Organic Seed

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