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I can't find them...have checked a few dozen sites. Anyone know who carries them? Monsanto-safe hopefully?

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English cucumbers are of Asian origin which can make them confusing to find. Fedco (a Monsanto/GMO free company) sells a very nice long cuke that did very well in my garden last year (zone 7, hot, muggy mid-Atlantic).

http://www.fedcoseeds.com/seeds/Seed...tname=Cucumber

The picture looks small, but the cukes I grew were gorgeous, long and very tasty. I did grow them on my back fence which gave them lots of room to grow long and straight. If not trellised in some way, the cukes will be more curved.
 

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English cucumbers are of Asian origin which can make them confusing to find. Fedco (a Monsanto/GMO free company) sells a very nice long cuke that did very well in my garden last year (zone 7, hot, muggy mid-Atlantic).

http://www.fedcoseeds.com/seeds/Seed...tname=Cucumber

The picture looks small, but the cukes I grew were gorgeous, long and very tasty. I did grow them on my back fence which gave them lots of room to grow long and straight. If not trellised in some way, the cukes will be more curved.
Thanks!! The bumpiness freaks me out a little! LOL I did find smooth ones at Renee's...I was sure I'd checked several times but now I see them at their site.
 
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