$3.50
In Stock


(Cucumis melo) Heirloom first discovered in China & introduced onto the market in the 1880's. Also known as 'Vine Peach’ or 'Vegetable Orange'. Fruit the size of a peach & appearance & texture of a mango. Not as full flavoured as other melons (quite bland) with a slight tartness. Ideal for making fruit wine, and as a substitute for apples in 'apple' jelly, lemons in 'lemon' butter or for sweet or spicy pickles. May also be sliced & fried like eggplant. Prolific. Easy to grow. Best grown on trellis. Drought tolerant. Stores well. 80-90 days. 60 seeds

(Honeydew07904)

SKU Honeydew07904
Shipping Weight 0.0010kg
Shipping Width 0.010m
Shipping Height 0.010m
Shipping Length 0.010m

Be The First To Review This Product!

Help other The Lost Seed users shop smarter by writing reviews for products you have purchased.

Write a product review


Others Also Bought


SAFFRON

SAFFRON

***NOT TO TAS*** (Crocus sativus) Perennial - sold as corms. Saffron comes from the dried stigma part of the flower and is a small bulb with plant

From $9.95

See Options
AMARANTH - MEKONG RED

AMARANTH - MEKONG RED

(Amaranthus gangeticus) Heirloom. Broad, vivid red, dented leaves. Used to add intense colour to salads, or used like spinach, in soups, or as stir-

$3.50

GEORGIA SOUTHERN

GEORGIA SOUTHERN

(Brassica oleracea var. acephala) Heirloom first introduced around 1880. Also known as 'Creole' or 'True Collard'. Large, blue-green, slightly crum

$3.50

BIRDHOUSE

BIRDHOUSE

(Lagenaria siceraria) Large, pale green, bottle shaped fruits ripening to straw colour. Can be eaten when young like squash, or left to mature & dis

$3.50


More From This Category


BOULE D'OR

BOULE D'OR

(Cucumis melo) Rare French heirloom first listed in Vilmorin's book 'The Vegetable Garden' in 1885. Also known as 'Golden Perfection'. Yellow fruit

$3.50

CANARY YELLOW

CANARY YELLOW

(Cucumis melo) Large, bright yellow, slightly elongated melon with pale green (almost white), firm flesh & flavour reminiscent of a fruit salad. Sha

$3.50

EARLY HANOVER (Honeydew)

EARLY HANOVER (Honeydew)

(Cucumis melo) Heirloom first introduced in 1895 by T. W. Woods & Sons from Virginia. Medium sized, globe shaped, indented fruit to 1.5kg with sweet

$3.50

EDEN'S GEM

EDEN'S GEM

(Cucumis melo) Heirloom from Colorado & dating back to 1905. Also known as 'Rocky Ford Green Flesh' or 'Netted Gem'. Small, round, netted fruit th

$3.50