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Cucumber, Dual Purpose- Muncher

This tender, dual-purpose variety makes great pickles and is excellent for fresh eating right out of the garden! Nearly spineless fruit mature at 6 to 8 inches long and plump to 3 inches wide. Produces abundantly on strong vigorous vines. For pickling, harvest at 4 to 6 inches long. Needs abundant moisture and rich soil. Some afternoon shade is beneficial in hottest summer weather. Trellis growing saves space. Harvest frequently to maintain production. Heirloom.

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Cucumber, Pickling- Excelsior

Attractive, high-yielding pickler. Excelsior produces dark green, blocky, nicely proportioned 4–5" cucumbers with spines. Vigorous, balanced plant with consistent fruit setting. Excellent flavor. Parthenocarpic and gynoecious. High resistance to scab and target spot; and intermediate resistance to cucumber mosaic virus, cucumber vein yellowing virus, and powdery mildew. Hybrid.

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Cucumber, Slicing- Corinto

Classic Slicer that is one of the earliest and most productive. Very dark green, uniform, 7–8" despite cool weather or heat. Small seed cavity. Skin is thick enough to endure harvesting and handling, but thinner than the average slicing cucumber. Gynoecious and parthenocarpic. Intermediate resistance to cucumber mosaic virus, cucumber vein yellowing virus, and powdery mildew. Hybrid.

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Cucumber, Slicing- Marketmore

Long, slender, dark green cucumbers. The slender, refined "Marketmore look" has long been the standard for slicing cucumbers in the North. 8–9" fruits stay uniformly dark green even under weather stress. High resistance to scab; and intermediate resistance to cucumber mosaic virus, and powdery mildew. Heirloom.

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Cucumber, Snacking- Diva

Especially flavorful when harvested small. Diva's seedless, thin-skinned fruits are distinctly crisp, sweet, and bitter-free. Harvest at 5–7". High resistance to scab; and intermediate resistance to cucumber vein yellow virus and powdery mildew. AAS winner. Heirloom.

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Cucumber, Snacking- Lemon Cuke

The shape, size, and color of a lemon, but with a sweeter flavor! The tasty fruit is low in cucurbitacin, that naturally occurring cucumber chemical that accounts for a slightly bitter taste. The flesh is citrusy and adds a real zip to salads! Fantastic for kids’ gardens. One of our all-time favorite garden crops! Heirloom.

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Order Online

Order cycles open in our online store on Earth Day, April 22nd. First pickup is on opening day of the Bellaire Farmers Market, May 20th. Order early to insure you reserve the plants you want. Utilize multiple pickup days to avoid getting overwhelmed with too many plants for one weekend's work!

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Pickups

Collect your plants from our booth at the Bellaire Farmers Market starting May 20th. Custom pickups and deliveries are available. Call, text, or email to arrange.

Browse the Torch Lake Co-op Look Book! Orders open in our online store on Earth Day, April 22nd. This catalog is intended to inspire you and help you plan your garden spaces.
CUCUMBERS
EGGPLANT
FLOWERS
FLOWERS, VINING
GREENS
HERBS
MELONS
ONIONS & SHALLOTS
PEPPERS
SQUASH & PUMPKINS
TOMATOES
VEGETABLES
ZUCCHINI