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  1. Queen Anne's Pocket Melon - Packet

    Palm-sized, sweetly aromatic melons with a soft fuzzy lemon-yellow skin, is grown more as an historical ornamental than a tasty treat. Once carried by Victorian women as deodorant, w...

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    Queen Anne's Pocket Melon - Packet Cucumis melo dudaim
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    Palm-sized, sweetly aromatic melons with a soft fuzzy lemon-yellow skin, is grown more as an historical ornamental than a tasty treat. Once carried by Victorian women as deodorant, when carried in their pockets the fragrance would act as a perfumed sachet. Also known as Plum Granny, it has been grown for over centuries, seeds are thought to have originated in Persia.
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  2. Bidwell Casaba Melon - Packet

    From melon jam to minty melon lemonade, you’re guaranteed to please your dinner guests when you serve this Bidwell Casaba heirloom melon. One giant fruit feeds a crowd, or a family...

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    Bidwell Casaba Melon - Packet Cucumis melo
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    From melon jam to minty melon lemonade, you’re guaranteed to please your dinner guests when you serve this Bidwell Casaba heirloom melon. One giant fruit feeds a crowd, or a family of six. The scrumptious green interior is a nice contrast to orange honeydew in a fruit salad, garnished with lime and sprig of mint. Ripe when it reaches the size of a soccer ball, and the skin begins to slightly yellow.
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  3. Jenny Lind Melon

    The first to bloom and the first to ripen, Jenny Lind Melons are a reason to grow melons in the kitchen garden. Each plant produces a dozen two-pound fruits with turban tops and pale...

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    Jenny Lind Melon - Packet Cucumis melo
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    The first to bloom and the first to ripen, Jenny Lind Melons are a reason to grow melons in the kitchen garden. Each plant produces a dozen two-pound fruits with turban tops and pale green flesh. Add a squeeze of lemon to bring out the flavor. Once the go-to melon for all gardeners, named after a famous operatic singer, known as the Swedish Nightingale.
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  4. Hearts of Gold Melon - Packet

    Dig in to these extremely sweet orange muskmelons like candy and be sure to have napkins nearby. Each vine produces up to a half dozen fruit that pops off the vines when ripe. Averag...

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    Hearts of Gold Melon - Packet Cucumis melo
    $2.50
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    Dig in to these extremely sweet orange muskmelons like candy and be sure to have napkins nearby. Each vine produces up to a half dozen fruit that pops off the vines when ripe. Averaging about 3 pounds each, Hearts of Gold is half the size of Honey Rock. No pruning or drip irrigation required, these reliable and prolific melons grow beautifully in every garden. 80 days.
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  5. Honey Rock Melon - Packet

    All-America Winner in 1933, this heirloom melon continues to rock the cantaloupe world. Sweet orange flesh is sweeter and firmer than most cantaloupes. Often seen in farmers markets,...

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    Honey Rock Melon - Packet Cucumis melo
    $2.50
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    All-America Winner in 1933, this heirloom melon continues to rock the cantaloupe world. Sweet orange flesh is sweeter and firmer than most cantaloupes. Often seen in farmers markets, recognizable by the distinctive green ribbing and classic netted exterior. Slips off the vine when perfectly ripe, ready to go from garden to table.
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