Cucumbers

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  • Cucumber Armenian Dark Green

    R26.00

    Cucumis melo

    A superb melon masquerading as a cucumber, heavy producers of beautiful scalloped fruits that are best picked at around 25-30 cm, they will however turn into miniature submarines if you leave them too long. The skin is not bitter and can be used as is, no need to peel.

    Approx. 10 seeds

  • Cucumber Armenian Yard Long

    R26.00

    Cucumis melo

    Looks like a cucumber, tastes like a cucumber but is actually a type of melon that is best eaten in the green (cucumber) stage. Sliced with the skin on it produces beautiful scalloped cucumber slices that are sure to add excitement to your green salads.

    Approx. 10 seeds

  • Cucumber Ashley

    R26.00

    Cucumis sativus

    Well-known heirloom OP cucumber, grown in most vegetable gardens, and excellent for slicing. An early variety and a prolific producer of medium sized fruits that are darker than other cultivars. Resistant to downy mildew and other problems normally caused by humid conditions. Grows well in containers. A crisp and crunchy slicing cucumber, great in salads and on sandwiches, as well as in cucumber soup. Also great for pickling.

    Approx. 10 seeds

  • Cucumber Beit Alpha

    R27.00

    Cucumis sativus

    A great variety to plant in a green house. Delicious sweet and crunchy. These deliciously sweet and crunchy cucumbers, used in salads or as pickles, are becoming more and more popular in South African supermarkets. No need to peel as its skin is tender and mild flavoured. It is extremely easy to grow and ideal for production in greenhouses. It is scrumptious on sandwiches, in salads and has a great long lasting shelf life.

    Approx. 10 seeds

  • Cucumber Crystal Apple

    R25.00

    Cucumis sativus

    Now here is a stunner! It produces lovely, oval sweet, juicy cucumbers with a hint of lemon. Many people are surprised when they taste one of these little beauties, as they do not know what to expect of a white cucumber. Good producer of fist sized fruit set on strong sturdy vines.

    Approx. 10 seeds

  • Cucumber Delikatesse

    R26.00

    Cucumis sativus

    A splendid dual purpose cucumber from Germany. This small to medium sized cucumber has outstanding flavour and is used extensively for pickling when small or as a salad slicer when larger.

    Approx. 10 seeds

  • Cucumber Double Yield

    R26.00

    Cucumis sativus

    This is a really heavy producer of small smooth cucumbers. This variety was released in 1924 specifically as a pickler and as such it excels. The young tender cucumbers are also great in salads and can be sliced in half lengthwise to add a unique look to your salads.

    Approx. 10 seeds

  • Cucumber Emperor Alexander

    R28.00

    Cucumis sativus

    Also known a Kaiser Alexander, this very unusual and very rare cucumber is known for it’s ability to set fruit in colder climates with a shorter day-length.

    This is a really quick producing cucumber that will give you edible fruit in under 70 days. The fruit is best eaten when green and around the size of 15-18 cm long.

    The flesh is exceptionally crisp and tasty. This variety was named in honour of the Russian Emperor Alexander
    A very rare Russian variety, not often listed.

    Approx. 10 seeds

  • Cucumber Homemade Pickles

    R26.00

    Cucumis sativus

    Super productive cucumber variety, Homemade Pickles is one of the best pickler varieties, producing masses of short stubby cucumbers that are crisp and fleshy, perfect for pickling.

    Approx. 10 seeds