Here is the White Spine Cucumber, Cucumis sativus. This is the improved version of the Early White Spine cucumber and dates back to the late 19th century. It's a short, plump, dark green skinned white spine cucumber variety. This not the Early White Spine Cucumber. The fruits get to 4 - 6 inches long. Delicious smooth flavor over the cucumber flavor make these a very popular variety especially for pickling. Good producer and stays crisp in storage. Open pollinated 50 to 60 days from transplanting.
Here is the White Spine Cucumber, Cucumis sativus. This is the improved version of the Early White Spine cucumber and dates back to the late 19th century. It's a short, plump, dark green skinned white spine cucumber variety. This not the Early White Spine Cucumber. The fruits get to 4 - 6 inches long. Delicious smooth flavor over the cucumber flavor make these a very popular variety especially for pickling. Good producer and stays crisp in storage. Open pollinated 50 to 60 days from transplanting.
Here is the White Spine Cucumber, Cucumis sativus. This is the improved version of the Early White Spine cucumber and dates back to the late 19th century. It's a short, plump, dark green skinned white spine cucumber variety. This not the Early White Spine Cucumber. The fruits get to 4 - 6 inches long. Delicious smooth flavor over the cucumber flavor make these a very popular variety especially for pickling. Good producer and stays crisp in storage. Open pollinated 50 to 60 days from transplanting.
Here is the White Spine Cucumber, Cucumis sativus. This is the improved version of the Early White Spine cucumber and dates back to the late 19th century. It's a short, plump, dark green skinned white spine cucumber variety. This not the Early White Spine Cucumber. The fruits get to 4 - 6 inches long. Delicious smooth flavor over the cucumber flavor make these a very popular variety especially for pickling. Good producer and stays crisp in storage. Open pollinated 50 to 60 days from transplanting.

White Spine Cucumber

Cucumis sativus

Here is the White Spine Cucumber, Cucumis sativus. This is the improved version of the Early White Spine cucumber and dates back to the late 19th century. It's a short, plump, dark green skinned white spine cucumber variety. This not the Early White Spine Cucumber. The fruits get to 4 - 6 inches long. Delicious smooth flavor over the cucumber flavor make these a very popular variety especially for pickling. Good producer and stays crisp in storage. Open pollinated 50 to 60 days from transplanting.

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