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85 days. Beautiful, deep orange flesh; very sweet, excellent, almost tropical flavor! The best-tasting of ALL orange varieties we tried -- the favorite of many who tried it at our place. High yields. Very resistant to wilt and insects; strong healthy vines. These will sell at roadside stands & markets
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1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Juicy and so sweet
What are the cons? None
Last year was my first year growing watermelon. I didn't know if watermelon would grow here in Mn with our short season. I got 6 watermelon off of 2 plants. They weighed over 25lbs each! They were incredible! Very sweet. I would have grown them again this year but I wanted to try some other watermelons.
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9 Aug 2014
0 out of 0 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? everything
What are the cons? none
This is the first year I have planted this variety. I only grew one Orangeglo plant and it only produced one Watermelon but it was a 26 pounder. It is a beautiful and delicious watermelon. One of the best tasting varieties I have tried. I will definitely be growing it again!
By Christa B.
7 Aug 2014
What are the pros? Taste wonderful
What are the cons? nothing
First of the melons to ripen. A subtle tropical flavor almost like mango or peach. Very sweet and grew very large in what has been a dry year.
By Littlefield garden
5 Jul 2014
2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Very good tasting watermelon
The watermelon as described is very juicy and the orange-yellow flesh was really good
18 Mar 2014
6 out of 7 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? flavor, productivity, earlines
What are the cons? cracks
These are my new favorite watermelon. They are pretty and absolutely delicious. Very productive. Just be careful to never set them down hard from even a few inches in the air or they will crack.
By Little Minnie
10 Dec 2013
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