Watermelon

There is a 2 packet maximum on all watermelon varieties.

Please refer to Watermelon Cultural Notes for growing information.

Packet: 1-3 g (20-60 seeds, average 39 seeds).




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Ali Baba Watermelon 2 g

Ali Baba Watermelon 2 g

80 days. [Iraqi heirloom] Light green oblong melons, 15-25 lbs. Vigorous vines. Sweet red flesh has few seeds. The hard rind makes this a good choice for market gardeners and home storage. Great texture, outstanding flavor. Pkt (2 g)
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Amish Moon And Stars Watermelon 3 g

Amish Moon And Stars Watermelon 3 g

100 days. [Reintroduced 1987 by SESE. An Amish heirloom, possibly a variant of ‘Sun, Moon, and Stars’ introduced 1920 by Peter Henderson and Co.] 15-25 lb. oblong fruits with large yellow moons and small stars on dark green rinds. Foliage marked with yellow stars. This strain has a smooth,...
$2.75

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Blacktail Mountain Watermelon 1 g

Blacktail Mountain Watermelon 1 g

73 days. [1977, developed by Glenn Drowns] Small-fruited, earliest of all. An excellent small, fast maturing, highly productive watermelon that can be successfully grown in cool short season areas or southern hot, humid, areas. The earliest of 114 varieties that Glenn Drowns grew in 1994. Round 9...
$2.50

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Crimson Sweet Watermelon 3 g

Crimson Sweet Watermelon 3 g

85 days. [1964] Medium-sized, striped melon with tolerance to anthracnose (race 1 and 3) and Fusarium (race 1 and 2). Great-tasting melons are typically 10 x 12 in., weighing 23-27 lbs. A unique feature of this variety is its ability to promote beneficial soil fungi that inhibit fusarium wilt. A...
$2.35

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Crimson Sweet, Virginia Select Watermelon 3 g

Crimson Sweet, Virginia Select Watermelon 3 g

It’s hard to improve on Crimson Sweet’s vigor and great flavor, but Pam Dawling is at it! Since 2001, she’s been saving this locally adapted strain, selecting for large, early melons with good flavor and healthy foliage. Pkt (3 g)
$2.50

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Early Moonbeam Watermelon 2 g

Early Moonbeam Watermelon 2 g

76 days. [Alan Kapuler] Sweet, crisp yellow icebox melon, 5-8 lbs. Thin, light green rind. Short vines make this a great melon for small gardens. Pkt (2 g)
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Golden Midget Watermelon 2 g

Golden Midget Watermelon 2 g

72 days [1959] Early, small 3-lb. melons with salmon-red flesh and a built-in ripeness indicator: the rind turns yellow when the melons are ready for harvest. (Don’t be alarmed by the leaves: some yellow foliage is normal for this variety.) Pkt.
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Katanya Watermelon 2 g

Katanya Watermelon 2 g

85-90 days. [Russian heirloom] Very sweet reddish-pink flesh with small seeds. 10- 20 lb. round green melons. Needs a fair amount of room to grow, but not as aggressive as melons that bear larger fruit. Pkt. (2 g)
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Moon and Stars, Long Milky Way Watermelon 3 g

Moon and Stars, Long Milky Way Watermelon 3 g

95 days. [Developed by Glenn Drowns. Introduced 1992 by SESE.] This elongated Moon and Stars has a large yellow moon and a dark green rind, speckled with bright yellow pinpoint stars (resembling the Milky Way). Selected especially for color and flavor, this variety has the largest moons and best...
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Moon and Stars, Yellow Fleshed Watermelon 3 g

Moon and Stars, Yellow Fleshed Watermelon 3 g

90 days. [Early 1900s GA family heirloom. Introduced 1987 by SESE. Years ago, a melon of this description was routinely shipped from Bermuda to some Southern states around Christmas time.] Good flavor, the sweetest Moon and Stars variety. 15-35 lb fruits. Has some tolerance to disease and drought....
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Nancy Watermelon 3 g

Nancy Watermelon 3 g

Small crop, sold out for 2015* 90 days [Pre-1885, GA. The thinner rind made it hard to ship, so this was the variety that commercial watermelon growers would save for their own families!] 14 in. x 16 in. melons average 25 lbs. Very sweet pink-red flesh, white...
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North Star (Planet and Stars) Watermelon 3 g

North Star (Planet and Stars) Watermelon 3 g

90 days. This white-seeded “Moon and Stars” selection from grower Merlyn Niedens is an excellent producer. Large melons with sweet pink flesh and dark green rind covered with small dots and speckles can weigh in at up to 40 lbs. Pkt.
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OrangeGlo Watermelon 3 g

OrangeGlo Watermelon 3 g

85 days. One of the best orange-flesh watermelons. Very crisp, sweet, and flavorful deep orange flesh. Vigorous plant produces heavy yields of 25 lb. melons with light and dark green stripes. Pkt (3 g)

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Quetzali PVP Watermelon 2 g

Quetzali PVP Watermelon 2 g

83 days. Best of our 1999 taste trials. Very sweet, crisp 7-13 lb. The rind is unusually thick, so loss to splitting tends to be low. Dark and light green stripes. Pink-red flesh, small seeds. Pkt (2 g)
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Scaly Bark Watermelon 3 g

Scaly Bark Watermelon 3 g

90 days. [1881, Peter Henderson Co.] Unusual blue-green mottled skin has a rough look like that of tree bark, and the rind is also as tough as bark; in Peter Henderson’s book Gardening for Profit, he enthused, “in 1884, a specimen of this variety left in our office stood a pressure of 1250...
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Stone Mountain Watermelon 3 g

Stone Mountain Watermelon 3 g

95 days. [1923. A commercial bestseller from the ‘30s and ’40s - thanks to grower Rodger Winn for bringing back this old Southern favorite.] Slightly oval 30 lb fruits with a dark green rind and sweet, juicy red flesh. Thick, split-resistant rind makes it great for shipping and storage. Pkt (3...
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Strawberry Watermelon 3 g

Strawberry Watermelon 3 g

85 days. [Selected from a FL heirloom by Walt Childs, introduced 1989 by SESE.] Strawberry-red flesh ripens to within ½ in. of the rind. Delicate texture and outstanding flavor, one of the best we offer. Long melons (8 x 20 in.), 15-25 lbs, dark green rind with darker green stripes, white...
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Sugar Baby Watermelon 2 g

Sugar Baby Watermelon 2 g

77 days. [1959] Icebox sized, 6-8 in. melons with a hard rind which turns green-black when ripe. Handles drought well. 6-10 lb fruits with red flesh and small seeds. Consistently reliable and widely adapted, a good space-saving variety. Pkt (2 g)
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White Wonder Watermelon 2 g

White Wonder Watermelon 2 g

80 days. [Rare today, white-fleshed melons were common in the 1800s.] High yields of 3-10 lb icebox-size melons. Creamy white flesh is crisp with a fresh, sweet taste. Green rind with darker green stripes, this unique white fleshed melon will be a hit at farmers markets or on the picnic table. Pkt...
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Wilson Sweet Watermelon 3 g

Wilson Sweet Watermelon 3 g

Now sold out for 2015. Scaly Bark watermelon is a similar variety.

85 days. The sweet red flesh and crisp juicy texture of this melon draws comments like “the best...
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