Pickles anyone? Popular and reliable cucumber developed at the University of ARkansas in 1991 is a white-spined pickler with multiple disease-resistance. Compact vines have multiple...View full product details
Fruits are dark green, turning black green as fruit matures. Plants are semi-spineless, semi-upright, with an open growth habit. Flesh is white with small seed...View full product details
A reliable variety for the Southeast from 1964. This is the variety many melon lovers come back to after trying the rest! Great-tasting melons are...View full product details
Mottled dark green fruits with pale green flesh. A vigorous, productive bush variety with early concentrated yields. Packet (4 g, ~28 seeds) 50 days. C....View full product details
An Appalachian heirloom pumpkin from western North Carolina. Produces 6-30 pound squash with great flavor. Pinkish-orange fruits with some blue-green color. Ribbed pumpkin shape, big vines....View full product details
Bush-type plant with 2-3 feet vines and 7½ inch long cucumbers. Use for salads or pickles. Widely adapted. Plant early to avoid late-season diseases. Ideal...View full product details
Deep orange and slightly netted with sweet, tender flesh. Fruits are 6½ in. tall, 8 in. wide, average 6½ lbs. Originally from 1893, improved and...View full product details
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