(Cucumis melo) Heirloom from the Amish community. Oval fruit 20cm across with sweet, orange flesh & thick rind. Tolerates wide range of conditions.
(Cucumis melo) Heirloom introduced in 1886 by W. Atlee Burpee Company from seed obtained from William Voorbees of Benzie County. Dark green, slightl
(Cucumis melo) Heirloom first introduced in 1787. Small melon to 1kg with sweet, thick, deep-orange, flesh, and small seed cavity. Flesh has deep,
(Cucumis melo) Vine. Popular variety. Netted skin with delicious orange flesh. Disease resistant. Developed by a Japanese market gardener around
(Cucumis melo) Heirloom first introduced by Elmer James Healy of St. Francisville, Illinois in 1952. Large, elongated, heavily netted melon weighing
(Cucumis melo) Heirloom dating back to 1895; bred by Roland Morrill in Michigan. Also known as 'Hoodoo'. Round melon 1-2 kg with fine, grey, netted
(Cucumis melo) Rare & unusual heirloom melon. Attractive, elongated melon with thin yellowish skin which splits & peels back when ripe - resembling
(Cucumis melo) Round fruit to 10cm across with thick, golden yellow flesh. Compact bush. High sugar content. Edible to the rind. Extra early vari
(Cucumis melo) French heirloom, first mentioned by Mawe & Abercrombie in 1787; also known as the 'Black Rock' melon preserved by the Carmelite monks.
(Cucumis melo) Canadian heirloom dating back to 1912. First discovered on Bizard Island, one of the islands in the St. Lawrence River. Also known a
(Cucumis melo) French heirloom dating back prior to 1850. Highly attractive, flattened, heavily ribbed fruit with warts & bumps. Salmon orange fles
(Cucumis melo) First introduced onto the market in 1947 by F. H. Woodruff & Sons from Connecticut. Also known as 'Illinois Hardshell'. Attractive, aro
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