Cucumber, Little Potato: "(aka Khira Balam) Originally from India. Introduced into the 1997 SSE Yearbook by Indiana member Robert F. Bruns who got his seed from the USDA. Nearly round 3" fruits with brown russetted skin are borne heavily on robust semi-bush plants. Delicious lemon flavor. Stays crisp in storage."
Suyo Burpless, Long Cucumber Sweet and crunchy & great for warm weather climates. Planting: Set seeds 1/2 " deep in fertilized formed hills setting 4' to 5' apart. Use 4-6 seeds per hill. Tamp lightly and keep moist (without over watering) If using trellis: set rows 4' apart with 4" between seeds. Thin to 8" spacing for rows or 2 seedlings per hill once 6" high. Needs reg. water and feed every few wks. Ready for gentle picking in 60 days. Pick often to stimulate growth.
Cucumber, White Wonder - (Cucumis sativus) (aka Long White, Albino) Introduced in 1893 by W. Atlee Burpee of Philadelphia who obtained the seeds from a customer in western New York. Fruits are 7" long by 2½" in diameter. Turns from greenish white to ivory then yellowish at maturity. Excellent eating quality, ideal for pickles or slicing. Highly productive even during hot weather. 58 day
Poona Kheera (Seed Savers Exchange)--(Cucumis sativus) Originally from Poona, India, this very unusual cucumber matures into what looks like a large russet potato. Smooth-skinned fruits turn from white to golden-yellow to russet brown and may be eaten at any stage, skin and all. Tender, crisp, and delicious. Hardy disease resistant vines produce an early crop with good yields. 55 days.
Herb, Black Cumin (aka Roman Coriander) (4 per Sq'): Grown for its aromatic black seeds that are ground and used like pepper. Feathery plants have bluish-white flowers that are followed by inflated ornamental pods. Annual. DIRECT SEED 1/8" Deep, GERMINATION 8-15 Days, THIN 8-12" Apart, LIGHT Full Sun
CRYSTAL APPLE CUCUMBER is a New Zealand heirloom that takes on the form of apple when mature, although it is best eaten when small. Deliciously tender, creamy and great for salads.
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