Cucumbers: Several plants in each 4″ Rootmaker Pot. Each pot makes one ‘hill’. Do not take apart but plant as a group. Plants will be ready May 1st. Protect from frost.
Burpless Beauty: 65 days. Super-productive vines yield loads of 8″ deep-green cucumbers that stay crisp. The thin-skinned cukes have the right balance of crispness and juiciness – and these mild beauties are easy on the digestion.
Little Leaf : 57 days. Blocky, 3-5″ fruits are good for fresh eating and also pickle well. Bright emerald green color. Vines are compact, multi-branching, and yield well even under stress. Half normal-sized leaves provide easy visibility and harvesting. White spines. Harvest every 2 to 3 days for pickling.
Marketmore 76: 58 days. A popular easy-to-grow open pollinated variety. 8-9″ fruits are dark green. A standard in cucumbers for many years, Marketmore 76 provided Seedtime & Harvest with many bushels of slicing cucumbers.
Picolino: 50 days. Seeds are very expensive (10 seeds for $7.75.) A prolific and tasty cocktail cucumber with glossy, thin, dark green skin. Best harvested at 4-5 inches. A perfectly delicious snacking cucumber sold as European-style cucumbers.
Burpless Beauty, Little Leaf, Marketmore 76, Picolino