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Boston Pickling Improved Cucumber
Boston Pickling Improved Cucumber
Boston Pickling Improved Cucumber
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Boston Pickling Improved
55 days — 'Boston Pickling' was originally released about 1880. It is a dependable variety that bears over a long period of time if kept picked. This improved strain is resistant to cucumber mosaic virus and cucumber scale. The plants have blocky, bright green fruits that are perfect for pickling. Each packet contains one gram, which is approximately 25 to 30 seeds.
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Great producer - nice taste
I am growing three types of cukes this year - a miniature white, a bush crop, and this one. This Boston was the first one producing and kicks out cukes on a regular schedule. I particularly like this one because it doesn't produce cukes all at once, just a few at a time. Here in the desert I am growing it in 80% shade and it is very healthy and non-stressed (this is July, our hottest month). I have it mulched and it doesn't take a lot of water and although vining, it doesn't send out laterals all over the place. Only wind pollination. Very pleased with the taste. I just slice it up and use them for refrigerator pickles. Holds together very nicely.
Reviewed by: Davilyn Eversz from Yucca Valley, CA. on 7/20/2013
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