English Telegraph: Fruits average 15 - 18 in/38 - 46 cm in length, are slim, straight and symmetrical. Fruit are non bitter, dark green in color.
Fanfare: Bush type cucumber with great tasting slicers.
Jackson Classic (Pickling): Our personal favorite! Early, compact plants with extremely high yields!
Salt & Pepper: Uncle Peter's pick! White-skinned pickling cucumber with powdery mildew resistance.
Patio Snacker: Similar in shape to regular cucumbers but much smaller, shorter and thinner. Dark green fruit with very smooth no-peel skin are very sweet, tender, bitter free (burpless) and seedless. Average size 6 x 1 in/16 x 3 cm - harvest smaller pickle size fruit for maximum sweet taste.
Pick a Bushel: Great for northern areas because it is early to set fruit, offers a prolific quantity of fruit and is a compact bush-type cucumber spreading only about 24 inches. Pick a Bushel offers a sweeter tasting light-green cucumber with a nice firm texture, perfect for pickling when harvested early. Fruits left on the bush-type vines longer can get up to 6” long and can be enjoyed fresh in salads. (Courtesy of All American Selections)
Pioneer Pickling: One of the most popular pickling cucumbers on the market! Heavy yields of uniform fruit!
SliceMaster: Uncle Paul's Pick! Produces high yields of smooth, long, dark green slicing cukes with very small seed cavity.
Pot Size - 2"
(Descriptions and Photos courtesy of Ball Seed & Stokes Seeds)