Heirloom Fruit Seeds

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Now you can buy Heirloom Fruit Seeds from David's Garden Seeds. 

Banana Melon

Banana Melon (Orange) 50 Heirloom Seeds


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 90 days.

Casaba Golden Beauty Melon

Casaba Golden Beauty Melon (Yellow) 50 Heirloom Seeds


Melon Seeds - Casaba Golden Beauty Break open the bright yellow rind of this popular Muskmelon 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 90 days.

Charentais Melon

Charentais Melon (Orange) 50 Heirloom Seeds


Renowned for its tropical, super-sweet taste and exotic perfume, Charentais Melon is the quintessential French melon. Almost one hundred 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 90 days.

Goji Berry

Goji Berry 200 Heirloom Seeds


Goji Berry Seeds are known to some as Chinese Wolfberry, Goji is a woody, perennial shrub that produces bright red berries in the summer and fall.

Much lauded as a “superfruit" in recent years, Goji has been used medicinally in China for centuries. Extra sweet and super nutritious, Goji berry plants produce a valuable harvest you can freeze, dry, juice and of course, eat raw like a blueberry or cranberry.

With its purple flowers, attractive foliage and bright berries, Goji berry plants make a wonderful addition to your perennial garden.  Ready to harvest in one year in pots and two years in ground.

Hales Best Cantaloupe

Hales Best Cantaloupe (Orange) 50 Heirloom Seeds


"Hale's Best" has been around forever, but never equaled. Your grandmother grew it, and almost every "great cantaloupe" you've ever enjoyed has been this variety. It's a rapidly growing vine with melons of great rich orange color, lots of juice, and a small seed cavity giving you maximum goodness per melon.

Produces 4 to 5 pound fruits measuring 5 and 1/2 by  7 inches. Fruits are heavily netted and lightly ribbed. Drought-resistant variety with sweet flavor. Resists powdery mildew. Organically grown. Sweet flavor develops in the last two weeks. Reduce water.

Harvest in 80 days.

Honeydew Green Melon

Honeydew Green Melon (Green) 50 Organic Heirloom Seeds


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 100 days.

Tam Uvalde Cantaloupe

Tam Uvalde Cantaloupe (Orange) 50 Heirloom Seeds


Medium size fruits, oval-round shape, well netted with a hard rind. Deep orange, thick, very bold flavored flesh has a small seed cavity. Does not make a crown set. Concentrates its fruit set over a shorter period of time, thus reducing harvest time and cost. Pull when reaches full slip (net whitish in color over light green rind). Turns yellow in 2 to 3 hours after harvest. Tolerant: Downy & Powdery Mildew.

Harvest in 85 days.

Victoria Rhubarb

Victoria Rhubarb 50 Heirloom Seeds


While most gardeners prefer to grow Rhubarb as an annual, it can be grown perennially in some regions. Victoria Rhubarb, or Victoria's Rhubarb, is widely considered to be the best Rhubarb variety for cooking and baking, offering tall, tender and sweet stalks with gorgeous color! 

Wait until the second year to harvest stems from plants started from seed.

Black Diamond Watermelon

Black Diamond Watermelon (Red) 50 Heirloom Seeds


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!

Harvest in 80 days.

Black Diamond Yellow Belly Watermelon

Black Diamond Yellow Belly Watermelon (Red) 50 Heirloom Seeds


Grow Heirloom Watermelon - Black Diamond Yellow Belly Watermelon Seeds: Beautiful dark green rind (almost black/blue) with a yellow belly where it lies on the ground, this watermelon plant produces a nicely sized yield of 25 to 35 pound fruit. Black Diamond Yellow Belly Watermelon flesh is bright red and flavorful.

Harvest in 80 days.

Crimson Watermelon

Crimson Sweet Watermelon 50 Heirloom Seeds


Crimson Sweet Watermelon has open pollinated seeds. Standard shipper. Dark and light green-striped, 10 by 12 inches, blocky, oval fruits weigh in at 15 to 25 pounds. Sweet red flesh. Averages 1 to 2 fruits per plant. 

Harvest in 100 days.

Dixie Queen Watermelon

Dixie Queen Watermelon (Red) 50 Heirloom Seeds


Dixie Queen is another classic watermelon variety that features sweet and juicy flesh, and an attractive striated rind. Dixie Queen also tends to produce heavy yields of watermelons weighing in the 20 to 30 pound range. A round to oblong variety, Dixie Queen is an excellent choice for an early season watermelon.

Harvest in 90 days.

Golden Midget Watermelon with red flesh and yellow skin.

Golden Midget Watermelon (Red) 50 Heirloom Seeds


Grow Heirloom Watermelons - Plant Golden Midget Watermelon Seeds. Golden Midget Watermelons just may be the cutest thing you'll grow in your garden this season! Weighing in at just 3 pounds, these small, round but slightly elongated fruits feature a pale, golden yellow rind encasing sweet, salmon colored flesh. Early to maturing is what make them a perfect, if somewhat unique, choice for climates with a shorter growing season. 

Harvest in 70 days.

Moon & Stars Watermelon

Moon & Stars Watermelon (Red) 50 Heirloom Seeds


One of the most fun heirlooms on the market and gaining in popularity as gardeners taste the brilliantly sweet, red flesh under this mesmerizing thick rind. Moon And Stars Watermelon sports 25 to 30 pound dark green fruits decorated in bright yellow spotted skin resembling the night sky. No two are alike!

Harvest in 90 days.

Sugar Baby (Red) Watermelon

Sugar Baby (Red) Watermelon 50 Heirloom Seeds


The standard of small watermelons. Round fruits, 6 to 8 inches in diameter, averaging 8 to 10 pounds. Ripe melons are almost black. Good flavor. Tough rinds resist cracking. The standard of "icebox" melons for many years.

Harvest in 80 days.

Tendersweet Watermelon

Tendersweet Watermelon (Orange) 50 Organic Heirloom Seeds


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!

Harvest in 90 days.

Yellow Petite Watermelon (Yellow)

Yellow Petite Watermelon (Yellow) 25 Heirloom Seeds


A great tasting and aromatic beauty at just 6 to 10 pounds, Yellow Petite Watermelon is the perfect size for small gardens.

Referred to as an "Icebox" watermelon, it fits nicely into your fridge for summertime snacking. Best suited for shorter growing seasons, Yellow Petite matures in just over 2 months!

Harvest in 65 days.

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All of the variety information on the David's Garden Seeds® website, including the days to maturity, color and size are based on data from tests done at specific locations. Many factors, including geographic location, daytime and nighttime temperatures, the availability of plant nutrients, many unknown climate factors and insects/pest interact to determine a variety's performance. For information on which varieties will perform best in your area, we recommend that you contact your local county extension agent or a Master Gardener.

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Here at David’s Garden Seeds®, gardening is our passion. We provide top quality, non-GMO seeds so families can learn about gardening and love it.  In turn, we hope they will pass this passion down to their children and grandchildren, teaching them to grow  delicious food, fresh herbs and beautiful flowers.