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93.1% would recommend this item to a friend.
0 out of 0 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Taste, ease of growing
What are the cons? None
Fantastic watermelon. I grew it on a trellis and created cloth hammocks for the melons as they came on. My biggest was around 15lbs. They were so sweet- we ate them clear out to the rind. Highly recommend.
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2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Very Hardy, Great Tasting
This is a GREAT watermelon. This was our first season growing this variety (2014). It produced better than any of the other varieties I grew this year. Probably the best tasting watermelon I've ever eaten. I like to try lots of different varieties each year but this will be a staple in my garden from here on out. These were also pretty hardy as we had a wet spring and dry summer. It still put on lots of fruit and they tasted great. It's only November and I'm already missing having these in my fridge!
What are the pros? Easy
What are the cons? Nothing
Most of my melons ended up softball sized and odd shaped, possibly pollination issues? It was a weird, cool dry summer, though and it was probably a victory that they produced at all. They're definitely hardy. Nothing exceptional to eat except that the rind was so thin and flexible my 2yr old went ahead and ate that along with the fruit! I also invented a new way to eat watermelon I think. Put the tiny ones in the freezer for a couple hours, cut in half and you've got a bowl of AMAZING watermelon "ice cream!"
What are the pros? Every seed germinated
What are the cons? Pale flesh
I grew this melon this season (2014) and was highly impressed. Prolific, hardy and delicious. I've not liked watermelon since getting sick on it as a kid, but I do love this one.
3 out of 3 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Taste great and easy to grow!
What are the cons? None really.
This is an amazon watermelon. I will grow it every year for now on. I tell everyone that will listen to me to grow this one. BEST watermelon in my OP. Loves Alabama heat.