Jay Armour at Four Winds Farm in Gardiner, NY got me started on Lemon Cucumbers back when my garden was a long mound mulched up on a thin strip of grass between a sidewalk and my house in Rosendale, NY. He came to the Seed Library when it was located at the Gardiner Library and handed me a plastic container with a half decomposed yellow cucumber. "Do you want this for the Seed Library," he asked? It sat around until it started to go moldy and eventually, when library patrons started noticing the smell, I brought it home and planted the seeds. Passers by would stop and stare at the subtly lobed round yellow fruits wondering what was growing and why anyone would landscape with an unrecognizable vine instead of shrubs. This unusual cucumber, which dates back to Samuel Wilson's (Mechanicsville, PA) catalog in 1894, has more visual novelty than flavor, but is consistently productive, mild, and looks beautiful sliced into rounds. Thanks Jay!