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Seed of the Week | Lemon Cucumber

Lemon Cucumber

Every week we are going to introduce a Seed of the Week, where we are going to select one seed to highlight.  We will share the historical attributes, the story that makes this variety an heirloom and why we love it so much!

This unique, pretty cuke is prized by gourmet chefs for its delicate flavor and crisp flesh.  Deriving its name from its yellow skin, shape and size.  An old heirloom that is sure to still please the discriminating cucumber lover and is easy to digest.

This one is easy to grow, works well in containers, and is extremely productive. Best when harvested young. Great for slicing, salads, on sandwiches and makes delicious pickles!

Please meet … Lemon Cucumber

A perfect vegetable to plant now and enjoy towards the end of summer – a perfect time to cool with cucumber water or salad!  Best of all?  It’s on sale, for only $1.50 – time to eat cucumber

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We are dedicated to Happy Healthy People preserving genetic diversity in our food chain, through the distribution and growing of open pollinated seeds and educating about the life affirming art of seed saving. We preserve food diversity and educate about seed saving.

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