(Citrullus lanatus) Large, oblong, striped fruit with dark green stripes and medium-thick rind. Flesh is firm, bright red & sweet with fine texture and large black seeds. 35 seeds
HINT: In cooler areas, to ripen last few melons before winter, wrap in black cloth or aluminium foil to raise their internal temperature.
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