This variety is very popular in the Middle East and is used for both salads and pickling. Fruit are straight, medium-green, slightly tapered toward the blossom end and have very fine black spines. Fruit size averages 5-6” x 1.5-2”. Vines more »

Cucumis sativus

This variety is very popular in the Middle East and is used for both salads and pickling. Fruit are straight, medium-green, slightly tapered toward the blossom end and have very fine black spines. Fruit size averages 5 to 6 inches by 1.5 to 2 inches. Read More…

Cucumis sativus

Calypso is a widely adapted and highly productive indeterminate pickle variety that can be harvested by hand or machine. This straight, blocky, dark-green, white spine fruit averages 3 inches long by 1 inch in diameter. Read More…

Cucumis sativus

This very productive and widely adapted gynoecious slicing variety has excellent disease resistance. It is uniform, dark-green, blocky, cylindrical and the fruit averages 8 to 9 inches by 2.3 to 2.5 inches. The cucumber is slightly tapered toward the ends with no stippling. Read More…

Cucumis sativus

This dark-green, black spine variety is used primarily for pickling. Fruit are short thick and blunt-ended when small; smooth and cylindrical when larger. Medium large vines which produce heavy yields. Read More…

Cucumis sativus

Pioneer produces blocky medium green fruit with black spines that average 3 inches long by 1 inch in diameter. Vines are indeterminate, vigorous and very productive. Up to 12% of the monecious line is blended as a pollinator. Some disease resistance. Read More…

Cucumis sativus

Poinsett 76 is our most popular slicing variety and mature in 63 to 70 days. This uniform dark-green blocky straight cylindrical fruit with round ends averages 7.5 to 8.5 inches by 2.3 to 2.7 inches. Read More…