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$3.50

Sold in “hills” (meaning 3-4 plants per pot)

An heirloom, long English cucumber introduced in 1897. Smooth, thin skin, almost seedless, excellent flavor. Can grow to 14” long. Harvest when long but still slender, before it bloats. Becoming increasingly popular in the U.S. and flying off grocery store shelves, only the ones from your garden will not be individually wrapped in plastic wrap, but fresh and crisp. Trellis the plants for straighter cukes.