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  • JJ Seiters

    Harmonie (F1) parthenocarpic cucumber. Does not require insects to pollinate

  • Ashley Pyle

    Very big producer of dark green, smooth European-style, 3-5" pickling cucumbers. Parthenocarpic plants produce fruits with good flavor, which are suitable for gherkins when harvested small.

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Cucumber 'Diva' produces distinctly tender, crisp, sweet, bitter-free, and seedless cukes. Plants are gynoecious (all-female) and parthenocarpic (grow fruits without pollination). Foliage is nonbitter, hence not as attractive to cucumber beetles as some varieties.

Lemon Cucumbers are the perfect summer treat. They are sweet, easy to digest and great for pickling or eating fresh. Matures in 65 days. They can be grown vertically on a trellis when space is limited.

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I am going to have to do this in the spring.. planting this down the slope in the backyard. Sooo cute!

AAS 2004 Winner Squash 'Sunshine' bred by Johnny Selected Seeds - tender flesh is smooth, sweet, and bright orange for baking, mashing and pies. |

AAS 2005 Winner Squash 'Bonbon' bred by Johnny's Selected Seeds is a smooth skinned deep green buttercup squash weighing 4-5 pounds. |

Savor (F1) - Unsurpassed eating quality. The small, 2 lb. melons are of the classic Charentais type: faintly ribbed, with a smooth gray-green rind and dark green sutures. Sweet and aromatic, deep orange flesh. Resistant to fusarium races 0, 1, & 2, and powdery mildew. Avg. 14,350 seeds/lb. Packet: 20 seeds. Days to Maturity or Bloom: 78

AAS 1985 Winner Squash 'Sunburst' is a vigorous good yielder of tender rounded squash with a scallop. |

AAS 2009 Winner 'Honey Bear' is a round, mini-acorn squash -deliciously sweet flavor, bushy plant resists powdery mildew |

Excellent idea - contain aggressive perennial herbs by planting in buried pots - have done this in our yard

This really works - no weeds for two years!! The newspaper will prevent any grass and weed seeds from germinating, but unlike fabric, it will decompose after about 18 months. By that time, any grass and weed seeds that were present in the soil on planting will be dead. It’s green, it’s cheaper than fabric, and when you decide to remove or redesign the bed later on, you will not have the headache you would with fabric.