Burpless Rare Heirloom Carosello Cucumber Seeds for $1.99.
Currently, each variety that I offer are cucumber-melons (melons botanically and cucumbers agriculturally).
What to expect when you make your order: High quality seed that will produce delicious cucumbers. Seed packets are labeled, with directions on the back.
Each sample seed packet contains 24 seeds and are priced at $1.99 per packet. Shipping is now only $4.00 per order in the U.S. (My Cost to ship a padded envelope USPS has recently increased to $3.50 + envelope, etc.)
Think of it as the first seed packet is $5.99 with free shipping and each additional seed packet costing $1.99.
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Shipping to other countries is $16.00 (Unless vegetable seeds are not allowed).
Free seeds from my own vegetable seed collection are included in each order!
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Armenian Cucumber: price $1.99
Dark Green Armenian Cucumber: price $1.99
|Dark Green Armenian or Tortarello Barese Verde |
(C. melo) Very early cucumber with dark green cylindrical fruit, slightly grooved, with firm flesh and few seeds. Flesh is savory, crisp and tender, crunchy, bitter-free and does not cause indigestion as other cucumbers can. Perfect for all climates but grows exceptionally well in warm-hot climates. Seed packet includes 24 seeds and growing instructions. Harvest immature fruit when ~ 2” diameter or ~ 14” in length.To learn more about this variety, see my blog post.
Mandurian Round: price $1.99
Carosello Leccese - Dark: price $1.99
Carosello Leccese - Light: price $1.99
Carosello Fasano: price $1.99
Carosello Barattiere: price $1.99
Carosello Half Long of Barese: price $1.99
Carosello Polisello: price $1.99
Carosello Scopattizzo Barese: price $1.99
Carosello Massafra: price $1.99
Carosello Massafrese: price $1.99
Now offering Regular Cucumber Varieties!
Arkansas Little Leaf: price $1.99
|Arkansas Little Leaf Cucumber|
(C. sativus) A disease resistant cucumber with compact branching vines that prolifically yield blocky 3-5 in. fruit even under stress. Parthenocarpic plants are able to set fruit (but not seed) without pollination. Crisp skins are good for slicing and pickling.
Lemon Cucumber: price $1.99
(C. sativus) When picked at lime size, the flesh of these bright yellow globes is crisp, clean, mild and sweet. Excellent for salads and pickling. Unique hermaphrodite flowers enable this variety to flourish in both hot and cold climates.
Diva Cucumber: price $1.99
(C. sativus) This bitter-free cucumber exhibits thin tender skin and crisp, sweet flesh with a nearly seedless interior. The parthenocarpic and disease resistant vines produce female flowers and prolific yields without pollination. Harvest at 5-7 in. An AAS winner. 24 seeds.
Suyo Cucumber: price $1.99
(C. sativus) Traditional Chinese long, burpless, bitter-free cucumbers with excellent eating quality up to 16" long. Vigorous vines produce ribbed fruit exhibiting ridges and small spines. Secondary and tertiary vines produce the majority of female blossoms. 24 seeds.
Carosello Medium Long of Massafra: price $1.99
Carosello Round Barese: price $1.99
|Carosello Round (or Tondo) Barese|
(C. melo) An oval to round sweet cucumber-melon with very light green skin and deep longitudinal furrows. The juicy interior contains compact delicious bitter-free white flesh. Productive plants are compact and produce early. Cucumbers are produced early in the center of bushy, compact and productive vines. Pick when baseball size while the fruit is still firm. Seed packet includes 24 seeds and growing instructions.
To learn more about this variety, see my blog post.
Currently Out of Stock due to Low Germination
Guarantee: Cucumber Shop guarantees only seed quality and purity and will not be liable for more than the purchase price.
Higher germination can be achieved by presprouting seed.
Presprouting is different from transplanting. While transplanting can stunt cucumber growth, presprouting can save growing time and help you achieve greater success in growing cucumbers. Below are pictures of one method of presprouting.
|One method of presprouting cucumbers is to use a Ziploc & a paper towel|
|After folding the paper towel into fouths, insert the paper towel, then the seeds|
Next- Add water to the paper towel (just enough to wet the paper towel). It is important to wring (or press) out any excess water before closing the ziploc bag. Too much water can make the seeds rot!
|Then place seeds in a warm (not hot) place and each day, hold the bag up to the light|
|Prespouted seed should be immediately sown in the planting location.|
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