What are the pros? Prolific, sweet, crisp, small
What are the cons? Vines go crazy
I planted these in my raised garden bed where I grow my cooking seasoning. Quite frankly I forgot I put the seeds in there. But these grew like crazy, I probably got 30 melons off 4 or 5 vines. The fruit has to turn a deep gold to be sweet. The taste is like a sweet super crisp honeydew. They are just big enough for one. There is virtually no rind but the skin is kind of hard. The kids loved them and took the melons in their lunches to summer camp. When we had cook outs they were a huge hit cut into crisp cubes and added to jello. The vines are super aggressive, but if you have the space you won't be disappointed. I let one vine run at will and probably got 10 melons off that one. I probably would have gotten more but my husband "accidentally" weed wacked it.
I will definitely plant these again.
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