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Homemade Pickles Cucumber

Homemade Pickles Cucumber

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4.0 (4 reviews)
Homemade Pickles is for anyone who likes to harvest lots of cucumbers for their favorite pickle recipes. This disease resistant, vigorous grower bears exceptionally high yields of uniform medium green fruits with small white spines. Harvest when small for tiny sweets, at 5 to 6 inches for robust dills and spears, or any size in between. The interior flesh is solid and crisp, just right for delicious crunchy pickles.
1/4 Pound
100 seeds

Product Details

: 49
: Spring
: 1
: Fertile, loose, well drained
: 2-3-1
: Summer
: 2 - Moderately Easy
: Fruit

Physical Details

: Green
: yellow
: Green
: 7 to 14
: 55
: 12
: Yes
: Yes
: Determinate
: OpenPollinated

Resistance Details

: Yes

Scientific Details

: Cucumis
: sativus
: Homemade Pickles
Product Reviews
4.0 (4 reviews)
  • By William B
    From Lawrence, KS
    Not that impressed with this cucumber in zone 6A. It gets bitter in a hurry during early heat and some of the seeds get hard quickly. It also resists attempts to train the vines, so it sprawls all over the place. It's my first and last year for this one.
    * Admin Notes added 7/16/2014 3:11:11 PM:
    There are several factors that can cause bitterness in cucumbers. If you would like more information regarding this, please call our Customer Service Department and they will be happy to help you.
  • By Mark O
    From Sauk Rapids, MN
  • By Farmerphil
    From Eighty Four, PA
    Planted about 4 seeds per wire reinforcement cage. Only 8 cages yielded over110 pints of dill, sweet, B&B, and sweet (cucumber/sweet pepper) relish. Unlike all-female cukes, fruit set was not all at once and allowed harvest spread over weeks allowing time to process the various pickles. Cage planting results in almost 100% straight, disease free cukes. Very dry here this year, and no cucumber beetle damage. After canning, the plants were still producing. When the vines outgrew the cage, the cukes were more apt to be misshaped. Interior quality was excellent, with small seeds almost inconsequential. No bitterness or tough skin. The pickles are fantastic. Tasty and crisp. The relish is so much tastier than the store bought kind. In spite of the weather, it was a great pickle year here.

  • By Fred S
    From Tyler, TX
    Excellent germination rate (>95% viable). Very vigorous plants.
    * New notes added 4/14/2011 3:36:24 PM: