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The Arkansas Little Leaf Cucumber is a medium bush type that produces delicious white spined fruits that are perfect for pickling!
The Ashley cucumber is a very good slicing variety that is great for the hot Southern weather and has great downy mildew resistance!
The Brown Russian cucumber looks like it came from another planet, and is fitting because the taste is out of this world!
The Calypso cucumber plant produces very early, high yielding and uniform cucumbers that are very dependable and heavy yielding.
The Carolina cucumber is a very early, white-spined cucumber variety that is best used for pickling is also a good fresh eater!
The Large White Ribbed Swiss Chard has a wide, flattened and tasty white stem that can even substitute asparagus when creamed!
Don't be fooled by this heirloom's unusual shape, the Lemon cucumber's bright yellow balls are excellent for salads and pickling!
The Lucullus Swiss Chard produces highly nutritious, tasty leaves from early spring until the first hard freeze in the fall.
The Marketer cucumber is an old time favorite since the 1940's and is perfect for slicing, salads and pickles when picked small!
The Pioneer cucumber is an excellent, uniform pickling cucumber that has a dark green skin with a delicious crunchy flesh.
The Prescott Fond Blanc Melon is an old French heirloom variety that produces the most fragrant aroma when grown properly.
Schoon's Hardshell Melon is a large heirloom favorite that is very sweet and will maintain the taste and texture for long after being harvested!
The Spacemaster 80 cucumber is a bush cucumber plant that is great for containers and small spaces as it is a favorite to grow in pots and containers!
The Tasty Green cucumber is a burpless cucumber that is crisp and juicy and is an excellent cucumber for greenhouse growing as it produces high yields.
The White Crenshaw Melon is an improved Crenshaw with a very creamy, light peach to white flesh that is perfectly sweet for long summer days!
The White Wonder cucumber was introduced in 1893 and has since been a fun cucumber to grow in the garden for its color and great crisp texture!