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Old October 9, 2016   #1
Worth1
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Default Boston Pickling Cucumber.

Boston Pickling Cucumber, cant say enough good about this one.
The one plant that lived gave me a cucumber and it was a wee bit yellow on one end but I ate the thing anyway.
To my surprised it still had tiny seeds and it was just fantastic.
I picked another one and fer minted it.
It was also good crunchy crunch crunch no trick alum or grape leaves just salt water and dill seeds.
There are two more that are getting ready to pick that I am going to ferment too.
Saving one or two to save seeds from if the weather allows.
Best cucumber fresh or pickled I have ever had in all my life.
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