The earliest-ripening cantaloupe. Developed for far northern, coastal, and mountain climates. Gardeners in these difficult, cool weather areas often grow their first ripe melons ever, using this variety. The oblong, orange-fleshed fruits have light netting, and average about 3 lb. Melons are sweet with average flavor. An open-pollinated precursor to newer hybrids, released in 1966 by the late Prof. Meader, Univ. of New Hampshire. Organically grown
Melon Snow Leopard 10 Seeds
First variegated honeydew. Beautiful, unique, personal-sized honeydew. Excellent for specialty and farmer’s markets and restaurant sales. Sweet, flavorful taste.
Tigger Melon Cucumis Melo Seeds
Vibrant yellow fruits with dark orange zigzag stripes. The fragrance is heavenly and the fruit similar to Queen Anne’s Pocket Melon. However, Tigger is heavier (about 1 pound), and the white flesh is mildly sweet. Ornamental, for specialty markets. 85 days.
Canary Yellow Melon 50 Seeds
The Canary Melon looks like a golden yellow cantaloupe without netting on the rind and are ready for harvest when the color is brightest. The Amy Hybrid fruits have sweet white flesh inside with small seed cavities. The vines are hearty and grow to 6 feet long.