Boston Pickling Cucumber
60 days. Boston Pickling Cucumber is a very old (first documented in 1877) reliable pickling cucumber. It produces heavy yields of small 6" cucumbers that are perfect for pickling.
The Boston Pickling cucumber has been around for a long time for good reason, it is the standard for homemade pickles.
It is best to harvest Boston pickling cucumbers for pickles when they are 2" to 6" long. That way they fit in your jars!!
Disease Tolerance: Cucumber Mosaic Virus
Contains 25 heirloom seeds
Planting Instructions: Seeds should be sown in warm conditions, covered very lightly (depth of ¼ inch) and kept reasonably moist until seedlings emerge.
Grow in full sun with a trellis or fence.
Transplant seedlings 24-36 inches apart.
I am already harvesting and eating refrigerator pickles. Amazing taste and texture!!!
Already little sprouts and looking forward to this batch.