Collection: Cucumber

Growing cucumbers at home from starts is a rewarding experience, providing you with a bountiful harvest of crisp and refreshing cucumbers throughout the growing season. Cucumbers thrive on fertility and love well-rotted compost or manure.

We aim to help your garden thrive! From selecting the finest non-GMO sources to employing organic farming practices, we take every step to promote the well-being of your plants.  We've developed a cult following for our plants, with folks coming back year after year because our seedlings establish quickly, grow faster and yield more than others' do.

Easy Care for Abundant Cucumbers
Select a sunny location in your garden with well-draining soil and plenty of space for the cucumbers to spread out. When planting cucumber starts, space them about 12 to 24 inches apart in rows, ensuring they have enough room to grow and develop.
Cucumbers thrive in consistently moist soil, so water deeply and regularly, especially during dry spells, to promote healthy growth and prevent bitterness in the fruit. Mulch helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature. Consider providing support with trellises or cages to encourage upward growth,  promote airflow and save space in the garden. Fertilize your cucumber plants with a balanced organic fertilizer every few weeks to provide essential nutrients for vigorous growth and abundant fruit production. Harvest cucumbers when they are firm, glossy, and the desired size, using a sharp knife or pruning shears to cut them from the vine without damaging the plant. With proper care and attention, home gardeners can enjoy a steady supply of fresh cucumbers for salads, pickling, and snacking straight from the garden.
For more detailed guidance, grab your detailed care guide when you pick up your plants.