Heirloom: Pickling Cucumber (Cucumis sativus)


Great for pickling and fresh snacking!

Perfect for a hot house, greenhouse or tunnel, this variety can also be grown outdoors with extra care.

Time starting indoors so that transplants will be set out 2 weeks after the last frost date. Seeds need to be started 2 weeks prior. For Southcentral Alaska this is around May 21 for a June 15th transplant date.

Cucumbers will suffer tissue damage with cool temperatures so locate the warmest micro-climate available.

Cucumbers also do not like being transplanted- do not transplant deeply, only to the soil level.

Harvest these around 3″ for snacking and 5″ for for pickling.

Sow seed 1/2″ deep and use a heat mat to aid germination. Germination is best between 80F-85F.

Minimum 10 Seeds per packet

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