Vegetable Seeds Catalogue
An heirloom Lebanese styled cucumber. This productive variety is a must for home gardeners as it has a superb sweet flavour. Fruits have a smooth, thin green skin and a sweet flavour, without bitterness. It can be harvested small for pickling or left to mature (15-20 cm) for salads and slicing. Early and productive in cooler climates. 15 seeds.
An heirloom from India that produces early. This unusual high yielding cucumber can be harvested when it is small & white-skinned or when it matures with a reddish skin. At both stages the white flesh is crisp, sweet & juicy. With early producing vines that can be trellised, it is great for small gardens & cool climates. 20 seeds.
Pretty kooky!! A green thorned fruit that matures bright orange/yellow colour. A great addition to the home garden, not only for the novelty value but can be eaten green as a cucumber or yellow/orange as a fruit, when it sweetens up and has hints of banana and passionfruit. They’re also known as jelly melon or kiwano and originate from sub Saharan Africa. The fruit store well. 40 seeds.
An unusual vegetable in that it tastes and looks like a cucumber but is actually a muskmelon. Also known as snake cucumber as can get to over 80 cm long but best picked at about 30 cm. Pale skin with longitudinal ribs. Eat skin and all as the skin is not bitter. An unusual variety with a delicious refreshing flavour. 20 seeds.
Your classic Lebanese styled cucumber. The fruit are spineless, thin-skinned, dark green with great flavour and disease resistance. Eat fresh, grows to 15cm. Grow outdoors or in a greenhouse. Sets fruit without requiring pollination, greatly increasing the yield per plant. Treated seed (thiram). 40 seeds.
A lebanese style cucumber that also has great flavour when eaten fresh. A productive variety due to it mostly producing female flowers, so it is very important to plant another variety of cucumber to ensure good pollination! The cukes are green and grow to 10 cm long and 2-3cm wide and a vigorous vine. Originating from India. 30 seeds.
An Australian heirloom that produces crisp, light green cucumbers in the shape and size of a small apple. The fruit is sweet, mild and tender. A heavy yielding variety with a vigorous vine that can be tied to a trellis or left to sprawl on the ground. Eat fresh or suitable to pickle. 20 seeds.
A fun, tasty high yielding variety that produces pale yellow round fruits. It is an early variety, making it great for areas that have shorter summer or one of the first cucumbers on the table in warmer parts of the country. Yellow skinned varieties are reputed to be more digestible. 25 seeds.
A hybrid, burpless variety that can be grown outdoors or in a greenhouse. Super tasty and crisp with green, slightly dimpled bitter-free skin. They grow 25-30 cm long, if you like your cucs straight, grow them on a trellis so they do not curl/curve. Great in salads or just slice and eat for a refreshing snack. Continually pick to prolong flowering. 40 seeds.
A versatile cucumber that can be used in raw salads or for pickling. A high yielding, early variety that is even suited to cooler climates.Bears medium-dark green fruits with black spines that can be picked at 5-8 cms for gherkins or at 10-14 cm for eating fresh. Compost well, water regularly and pick frequently to maintain a good, healthy crop.. 15 seeds.
A smooth skinned slicing cucumber that was first released in 1976 in USA. A high yielding variety that can grow in a range of conditions with good disease resistance. The fruit grow to 15 – 20 cm long and are thin skinned with a crisp, white flesh. Vines can be trained up a string or trellis or left to grow along the ground. 40 seeds. Treated seed (thiram).