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Arava MelonArava Melon

Full-season organic variety. Widely adapted. Uniform, with extra-sweet eating quality. Produces high yields of heavily netted 3 to 4 pound melons. Extended harvest. Harvest at full slip, when the skin of the fruit is yellow. Intermediate resistance to powdery mildew. Organically grown.

Harvest in about 77 days.

Arava Melon (Orange) 25 Organic, Hybrid Seeds

$3.95


Banana Melon (Orange)

The banana melon is so-called because it looks more like a large banana than a cantaloupe. It’s a fascinating and unusual melon, with a hint of banana taste and aroma.

Harvest in about 90 days.

Banana Melon (Orange) 50 Heirloom Seeds

$3.95


Brilliant Melon

A canary melon with sweet, juicy white flesh. The smooth yellow melons averages 5 to 5 and 1/2 by 4 and 1/2 to 5 and 1/2 inches, and about 4 pounds. Flesh is very sweet and juicy.

Harvest when fruit turns dark yellow, at forced-slip stage, or cut from vine.

Brilliant Melon (Yellow) 25 Hybrid Seeds

$3.95


Golden Beauty Casaba Melon

Break open the bright yellow rind of the popular Golden Beauty Casaba Melon to reveal sweet and tender, cream colored flesh. Incorrectly called a honeydew by some, this melon can grow up to 8 pounds and has a thin rind, making more room for the sweet interior flesh. 

Harvest in about 90 days.

Golden Beauty Casaba Melon (Yellow) 50 Heirloom Seeds

$3.95


Charentais Melon

Renowned for its tropical, super-sweet taste and exotic perfume, Charentais Melon is the quintessential French melon.

Almost 100 years ago, the Randon family brought the Charentais, widely considered one of the sweetest melons, to fruition. This grey-green gem has been blessing gardens ever since.

Harvest in about 90 days.

Charentais Melon (Orange) 50 Heirloom Seeds

$3.95


Diplomat MelonDiplomat Melon

Earlier Passport type with powdery mildew resistance. Concentrated set of 5 to 6 pound fruits is produced on healthy vigorous vines. Thick, aromatic, sweet green flesh of exceptional eating quality. Small seed cavity. Harvest at full slip, when the skin of the fruit is yellow. Intermediate resistance to powdery mildew. 

Harvest in about 78 days.

Diplomat Melon (Yellow) 25 Hybrid Seeds

$3.95


Green Honeydew Melon

The Honeydew Green Melon is the classic green honeydew – sweet and delicious. Excellent by itself, in salads, or in desserts. The Honeydew Green melon can be grown successfully in most climates, but tends to thrive in the south and southwest.

Harvest in about 100 days.

Green Honeydew Melon (Green) 50 Organic Heirloom Seeds

$3.95


Honey Rock MelonHoney Rock Melon

Honey Rock Melon is an heirloom variety and former All-America winner. This melon produces unusually large melons that typically weigh as much as 7 pounds each. Very sweet taste.

Harvest in about 90 days.

First Honey Rock Melon (Orange) 50 Heirloom Seeds

$3.95


Creamy, sweet, and aromatic Crenshaw. Fruits average 6 to 8 pounds. Skin is pale yellow with juicy, light orange flesh and a distinctive sweet and spicy flavor. Lilly is much earlier than most Crenshaws and will perform much better than older varieties in regions with short seasons. Harvest at forced slip 

Harvest in about 78 days.

Lilly Melon (Yellow) 25 Hybrid Seeds

$3.95


Orange Honeydew Melon

The Honeydew Orange is an absolutely delicious – and beautiful – honeydew melon. Taste is immensely sweet with hints of creaminess. An excellent honeydew choice for either home or market growers.

Harvest in about 90 days.

Orange Honeydew Melon (Orange) 50 Open Pollinated Seeds

$3.95


San Juan MelonSan Juan Melon

Extra-early Korean melon. A good choice for a first-time melon grower. High-yielding plants produces an average of 1.2 pounds, 5 by 3 and 1/2 inch cylindrical fruits that are lemon yellow with white sutures. Refreshingly crisp and moderately sweet white flesh. Performs very well in cool, northern areas. Fruits slip off vine when ripe. Similar to, but smaller than Sun Jewel, which was dropped by its supplier. Intermediate resistance to powdery mildew. 

Harvest in about 65 days.

San Juan Melon (Yellow) 25 Hybrid Seeds

$3.95


Sapomiel MelonSapomiel Melon

Big, full-size Piel de Sapo. Attractive, dark green speckled fruits averaging 4 to 5 pounds with very sweet and aromatic white flesh. Sapomiel requires a long, warm growing season in order to sweeten up sufficiently, so we do not recommend it for Northern areas with short, cool short growing seasons as the melons may not fully mature. Cut fruits from the vines when they change from dark green to medium green and the blossom ends soften slightly. 

Harvest in about 85 days.

Sapomiel Melon (Green) 25 Hybrid Seeds

$3.95


Savor melons

The sweetest French melon. Unsurpassed eating quality. The small, 2 pound melons are of the classic Charentais type: faintly ribbed, with a smooth gray-green rind and dark-green sutures.

Sweet and aromatic, deep-orange flesh. High resistance to fusarium wilt races 0 to 2; and intermediate resistance to powdery mildew.

Harvest in 80 days.

Savor Melons (Orange) 25 Hybrid Seeds

$5.95


Torpedo MelonTorpedo Melon

Extra-early Korean melon. A good choice for a first-time melon grower. High-yielding plants produce averaging 1.2 pounds, 5 by 3 and 1/2 inch cylindrical fruits that are lemon yellow with white sutures. Refreshingly crisp and moderately sweet white flesh. Performs very well in cool, northern areas. Fruits slip off vine when ripe. Similar to, but smaller than Sun Jewel, which was dropped by its supplier. Intermediate resistance to powdery mildew. 

Harvest in about 65 days.

Torpedo Melon (Yellow) 25 Hybrid Seeds

$3.95


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