Buy Watermelon Seeds

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Allsweet Watermelon is a long striped melon, with tough rind, firm red flesh. Small seed, 25 to 30 pounds. Keeps well.  Ready to harvest in about 90 days.

Allsweet 50 Open Pollinated Seeds

$3.99


Black Diamond Watermelon is one of the truly great watermelon varieties for both home gardeners and market growers. The rind of the fruit is a striated green, and the flesh is a delicious red. Black diamond routinely produces watermelons in the 50 pound range, but some can grow as large as 75 pounds!   Ready to harvest in 85 days.

Black Diamond 50 Heirloom Seeds

$3.99


Small-fruited, earliest of all. Blacktail Watermelon is an excellent small, fast maturing, highly productive watermelon that can be successfully grown in cool short season areas or southern hot, humid, areas. Round 9 in. fruits have a dark green rind with small brown seeds. Orange-red flesh has sweet, rich flavor. When harvested just under-ripe, melons will ripen in storage and keep up to 2 months.  Ready to harvest in about 80-90 days.

Blacktail 25 Organic Seeds

$3.99


Crimson Sweet Watermelon has open pollinated seeds. Standard shipper. Dark and light green-striped, 10" x 12", blocky, oval fruits weigh in at 15-25 lb. Sweet red flesh. Avg. 1-2 fruits/plant. Ready to harvest in about 100 days.

Crimson Sweet 50 Heirloom Seeds

$3.99


Dark Belle has an unique shape, size, and rind color. Oblong, 5-7 lb. fruits attract attention at market. Dark-green skin, bright-red flesh, thin rind, and very sweet flavor. An excellent mini companion to Little Baby Flower or Sorbet. Widely adapted, with reliable performance in the Northern US. Ready to harvest in about 85-90 days.

Dark Belle 25 Hybrid Seeds

$3.99


New Orchid Watermelon has sweet, bright orange flesh. Beautiful appearance inside and out. New Orchid's outstanding, sherbet-like taste makes it a real people pleaser.  The fruits are a medium large "icebox" size, avg. 7-9 lb., and oval-round. The skin has dark green with high-contrast stripes. Avg. 1-2 fruits/plant.  Harvest in about 80 days.

New Orchid 25 Hybrid Seeds

$3.99


Orangeglo is a beautiful melon with very crisp, sweet and tropical orange flesh. Good yields of large melons with dark green stripes, a thin outer shell, and orange flesh with sugary, bright tropical flavor. A clear winner in our orange watermelon taste tests! Seeds are white at maturity. Thin rinds; handle with care. Resists splitting. 20-25 lbs. Ready to harvest in about 105 days.

Orangeglo 25 Heirloom Seeds

$3.99


Sugar Baby watermelon is the standard of small watermelons. Round fruits, 6-8" in diameter, averaging 8-10 lb. Ripe melons are almost black. Good flavor. Tough rinds resist cracking. The standard of "icebox" melons for many years.  Blooms in 76 days.

Sugar Baby 50 Heirloom Seeds

$2.99


Its name doesn't lie. Tendersweet Orange Watermelons produce lovely oblong fruit with stunningly beautiful and incredibly delicious orange flesh. But Tendersweet Orange is more than a novelty; in our opinion we feel it can hold its own in a taste test with any more conventional watermelon. We highly recommend this one! Watermelons grow best in warm weather and sandy soils. Make sure their trailing vines have plenty of space and let your melons enjoy the warm summer sun for delicious, sweet harvests!  Ready to harvest in 90 days.

Tendersweet Orange 25 Organic Seeds

$3.99


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