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93.4% would recommend this item to a friend.
11 out of 12 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Taste, large fruit size
What are the cons? Occasionally soft center
This has become a family favorite. The color fools your brain, but has a truly delicious unique flavor.
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22 out of 24 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? taste
What are the cons? none
This is the most wonderful tasting watermelon I have tasted in my 78 years. And it is so easy to grow. If you like watermelon this is the best.
24 out of 26 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Pest and water resistance
What are the cons? None
This watermelon is one of the best to grow so far in the very wet and humid climate of East Hawaii, and is great tasting. We often can have over 2-4 inches of rain a day for many days, with over 110 inches of rain on average. But this watermelon was neglected, not fertilized, and rained heavily upon and produced some great tasting melons up to 7 lbs in size. We have a huge pickleworm problem here on cucurbits here on the Big Island, and I spray with Bt when I can, but when it rains for weeks on end it is difficult to spray regularly. The orangeglo had very little pickleworm problems compared to other cantaloupes, watermelons and cucumbers. Also, powdery mildew was not a problem that usually destroys things here not grown in a greenhouse because of rain and humidity. Taste is good, I only wish I could get our little twins to like the great tasting orange flesh, they prefer red watermelons, but it is not because it tastes bad- very excellent tasting!
27 out of 29 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Resist sunburn well
What are the cons? Not a good shipper
I have Grown watermelons commercially for 35 years, without a doubt this variety still remains on top of the list of the best tasting melon on the market, it is a little more susceptible to Powderly mildew and tends to have a shorter vine life but the rewards of the taste of the melon are well worth the concerns, i grow Melons to ship for the market but this is the one melon i grow to eat for me and my family.
20 out of 23 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Orange-fleshed, sweet
What are the cons? The plants died early
Have grown these for 2 years now, and both years the vines have died due to some disease, but when I harvested the watermelons they were orange inside and sweet! So even if your plant dies early you can still enjoy the melons.