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Renee's Garden Cucumber Pickling Endeavor - SNV4163

Growing Cucumbers

Growing Cucumbers

How to Make Dill Pickles

How to Make Dill Pickles

$2.79
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  • In stock. Ships from our warehouse in Northern California.

days to harvest; 63(Hybrid) This early-bearing pickling or Kirby cucumber is a kitchen garden dynamo that produces an extended harvest of dark green, crispy, curved fruits with the traditional knobby pickle skin. Plants are resistnat to mosaic viruses and downy mildew. Approx. 30-35 seeds.

Planting and growing information can be found on the seed packet image. While Renee's Garden seeds are not all certified organic, they do not sell treated or GMO seeds and have signed the "Safe Seed Pledge". This seedline features unique varieties personally selected by Renee Shepherd for use in the kitchen or in bouquets.

  • Item Model Number: SNV4163
  • Shipping Dimensions: 4.5 x 3.125 x 0.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.01 pounds

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