Cucumber Seeds - Bush Pickling
- Seed Count: 30 Seeds
- Maturity Date: 50-55 days from planting
- Plant Habit: Bush-type, ideal for space-saving and container gardening
- Fruit Size: Medium-sized cucumbers, approximately 4-6 inches in length
- Ideal Growing Conditions: Thrives in full sun, requires well-drained soil
- Sowing Depth and Spacing: Plant seeds 1 inch deep, spaced 18-24 inches apart
- Disease Resistance: Shows tolerance to common cucumber diseases
- Culinary Use: Excellent for pickling; also great for fresh eating
History: Bush Pickling Cucumbers have a rich history in gardening, particularly favored for their compact growth and suitability for small spaces and containers. This variety has been a go-to choice for home gardeners who wish to grow cucumbers for pickling but have limited garden space.
Uses: Known for their perfect size and texture for pickling, these cucumbers are also delicious when eaten fresh. They are a popular choice for gardeners who enjoy making homemade pickles or want a crunchy addition to their salads.
Growth Habit and Planting Instructions: Bush Pickling Cucumbers are easy to grow and don't require much space, making them perfect for container gardening or small garden beds. They prefer full sun and well-drained soil. Plant the seeds about 1 inch deep and space them 18-24 inches apart. Regular watering and occasional feeding will yield a bountiful harvest. Harvest cucumbers when they are 4-6 inches long for the best flavor and texture.