(Cucumis melo) Vine. Popular variety. Netted skin with delicious orange flesh. Disease resistant. Developed by a Japanese market gardener around 1920. 75-88 days. 120 seeds
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(Cucumis melo) First introduced onto the market in 1947 by F. H. Woodruff & Sons from Connecticut. Also known as 'Illinois Hardshell'. Attractive, aro
(Raphanus sativus) Pure white skin, with firm, crisp flesh & dark green leaves. 25-30 days. 600 seeds
***NOT TO TAS*** (Trifolium pratense) Biennial, ground cover producing abundant, leafy growth and pink-purple flowers. Medicinal herb, soil improver
(Cucumis melo) Heirloom described by Fearing Burr in 1863 in his book 'Fruit and Vegetables of America' as a variety that had 'already been in cultiv
(Cucumis melo) Heirloom from the Amish community. Oval fruit 20cm across with sweet, orange flesh & thick rind. Tolerates wide range of conditions.
(Cucumus melo) Heirloom dating back to 1800's. Vine. Long, tapered, smooth, yellow-skinned melon to 45cm long & 10cm across, with delicious, highly
(Cucumis melo) Heirloom named after John Bidwell, a well-known Civil War General & US Senator. First introduced in 1869. Extremely large melon up t
(Cucumis melo) Introduced in 1920 by the Crane family from California. Attractive, tear drop shaped melon with unusual dark green freckles on lighte
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