Dragon’s Egg Cucumbers

Dragon's Egg cucumbers with backyard eggs

How beautiful is this? Eggs from my Barred Rock, my Easter Egger, my Cochin, and my very own backyard dragons! (What, you didn’t know I had backyard dragons?)

This Dragon’s Egg heirloom variety came all the way from Croatia and is one of my favorite cucumbers to grow this season. The palm-sized cukes have smooth cream-colored skin and seedy white flesh. They’re just the right amount of sweet, crisp and juicy, and even better, they’re quite the eye-catcher in the garden. Sometimes I don’t even want to slice them up!

Dragon's Egg heirloom cucumbers from Croatia

Dragon's Egg cucumber with seedy white flesh

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August 29 2012      8 comments     Linda Ly
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  • http://www.thebokflock.blogspot.com/ Mrs Bok

    We call them apple cucumbers.  Just found your blog and I’m loving it!  Go girl.

    • http://www.gardenbetty.com/ Linda Ly

      Thank you!

  • http://diyorganiclawncare.blogspot.com/ OrganicLawnDIY

    Wow. Those look cool! I’ve never seen anything like them before. 

    How do they go with fresh homemade hummus or tzaziki?

    • http://www.gardenbetty.com/ Linda Ly

      I haven’t tried them with hummus or tzatziki, but I imagine they’d be good. These cukes aren’t bitter at all.

  • James Hodge

    Where can one get these seeds? I’d like to try them next season.

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