We are offering here the wonderfully strange Nara Melon. Collected in remote parts of Namibia by legendary plant collector Joseph Simcox. This is one of the rarest varieties we've ever offered, and we apologize in advance for the cost. The mild-sweet fruit are produced on leafless vines in the middle of the desert making it one of the most incredible plants on the planet! GERMINATION TIPS: Place seeds into moist paper towel. Put towel into zip-lock bag, and place bag in a warm area between 84 and 90 degrees F. Seeds germinated for us in about 6 days at a 60% germination rate. After a few days if seeds have not germinated you may want to move the seeds to a new damp paper towel to avoid mold. We offer this collectors item to serious plant enthusiast and is likely difficult to grow outside of the warm deserts and even then may require exacting conditions.