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Renee's Garden Cucumber Pickling Endeavor

Make Pickles All Season

Brand: Renee's Garden    Item Number: SNV4163

$2.79

In Stock! Ships from Northern CA.

$2.79

In Stock! Ships from Northern CA.

Description

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.

Features

  • Disease Resistant Variety
  • Grow on a Trellis
  • Hybrid
  • Matures Early

Characteristics

Brand Renee's Garden Seed Unit Sizes Seed Pack
Life Cycle Tender Annual Planting Time Spring
Approximate Harvest Time Late Spring, Early Summer, Late Summer Ideal Soil Temperature 65-85°F
Sun Requirements Full Sun Growth Habit Vining
Starting Location Direct Sow Plant Family Curcubitaceae (Curcubits)
Soil pH 5.1 - 6.0
Brand Renee's Garden
Seed Unit Sizes Seed Pack
Life Cycle Tender Annual
Planting Time Spring
Approximate Harvest Time Late Spring, Early Summer, Late Summer
Ideal Soil Temperature 65-85°F
Sun Requirements Full Sun
Growth Habit Vining
Starting Location Direct Sow
Plant Family Curcubitaceae (Curcubits)
Soil pH 5.1 - 6.0

Planting & Care

Soil & Water: Amend soil well with aged manure or compost. Ample and consistent moisture is required. For good results avoid overly wet or dry periods.

Planting & Growing: Wait until weather is warm and settled and night temperatures stay above 50 degrees. Sow groups of 2-3 seeds 1 inch deep and 18 inches apart with 3 feet between rows. Thin to 1 per group. Hill planting can be done sowing 6 seeds per hill each hill 5 feet apart. Thin to 3 strongest plants.

Harvesting & Storage: Cut fruits from vines when they are 3-4 inches long and before seeds are large inside. Harvest every few days for longest production. Eat within a day or two of picking for best taste and quality. Pickle as soon as possible for crispness.

Videos & Articles

Videos

Articles

July 18, 2013 - Charlotte from Peaceful Valley
Plant different cucumber varieties for eating and pickling. When choosing cucumbers, the question is really “to burp, or not to burp”. Cucumbers that make you burp are the ones that make great… read more »
July 18, 2012 - Charlotte from Peaceful Valley
THE SAFE WAY TO CAN DILL PICKLES Canning is serious business. It’s a great way to feed your family throughout the year, with the bounty of your own garden, or with crops from a local farmer. Pickled… read more »
July 18, 2012 - Charlotte from Peaceful Valley
When you’re pickling cucumbers, you must cut off the blossom ends. It’s easy to tell which is the blossom end if you’re harvesting cucumbers from your own garden. You can see the stem… read more »

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Shipping Information

Shipping Weight: 0.01 lbs. Dimensions: 4.5"L x 3.125"W x 0.1"H

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