Homemade Pickles Cucumber

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Organic Homemade Pickles Cucumber Seeds

Small, crunchy cukes

Cucumis sativus
Small- to medium cukes that are perfect for the pickle crock.
Prolific cukes. Harvest young and combine with water, vinegar, salt, sugar, and spices to make your own delicious homemade pickles.
Product ID# CU0084 , Certified Organic by NOFA-NY LLC

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Quick Facts
Days to Germination 3 to 7 days
Days to Maturity 60 days
Planting Depth ½ inch
Spacing in Row 24 inches
Spacing Between Rows 36 inches
Height at Maturity 8 inches
Width at Maturity 48 inches
Detailed Product Info

Love pickles but think they'����re too much trouble? Not ready to take on canning? Grow these prolific cukes and then follow Margaret Roach's easy Refrigerator Pickles recipe. All that'����s required is water, vinegar, salt, some spice, and some fresh homegrown cucumbers harvested when they are still young. On her blog, A Way to Garden, Margaret writes, "����I think of these unprocessed pickles as a seasonal treat��; a real rite of the harvest season, so enjoy them summer-into-fall and then (as gardeners know how to by necessity) start looking forward to next year." When it'����s time to harvest these we'����ll let you know in our Seeder's Digest newsletter and put up a link to Margaret'����s recipe.

Growing Instructions

Start indoors 3 weeks before last frost and transplant to indicated spacing after threat of frost has passed; or direct sow seeds spaced 4 inches apart as soon after last frost, then thin to indicated spacing once seedlings put on their first true leaves. Plant in moderately fertile soil and water regularly. Cucumbers can be trellised or allowed to grow on the ground. Harvest when cucumbers are green and white and the skin begins to smoothen, but before they become shiny and yellow.