Boothby’s Blonde, My First Harvest

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Bootby1 Tonight was it, my first harvest! And the first time I’ve tasted Boothby’ Blonde Cucumber. And the result, it tastes like a cucumber, which I love cucumbers. And there is quite a difference in one that you grow as opposed to the ones you buy. A major difference, no wax. That’s why I don’t buy them in supermarkets. Secondly, there no comparison to a freshly picked anything and some supermarket dud. And finally and most important, you will never see these in a supermarket. A farm market perhaps.

That’s the value of growing heirlooms. They are unique. For myself that’s important. I want to experience the buffet that Mother Nature provided. Not be feed what come profit driven business decides what’s best for them. I like idea that cucumbers could be yellow, that tomatoes can be considered black or purple, string beans are purple and peppers and melons that come all shapes, sizes and colors. There’s a zest to that. A passion that is meant to delight the senses, and inspire the soul. It’s nice to have options.

Boothby2 The cucumber itself is delightfuly crisp, has a sweet creamy texture, and from what I can see, the plants are very prolific. I’m glad I choose to grow these. I hope you will consider them as well.

I have Lemon Cucumbers on deck. I grew them last year and only got a few. I did enjoy them and look forward to picking a few of them in the next week or so. I’ll post about them as well. Round and yellow, now there’s a cucumber to turn your concept of cucumbers upside down.


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