Citrullus lanatus

This variety was developed from a sister line of Crimson Sweet. The elongated shape ranges from 17 to 19 inches long by 7 inches in diameter and averages 25 to 35 pounds. Tough medium green rind with dark-green broken stripes. Read More…

Citrullus lanatus

Charleston Gray has oblong fruits that average 22 to 26 inches long by 10 inches in diameter. This watermelon has tough medium-thick gray-green rind with fine darker-green veins. Mature melons weigh from 25 to 35 pounds. Bright red fiberless flesh. Read More…

Citrullus lanatus

Congo produces large cylindrical fruit with blunt ends ranging in weight from 30 to 50 pounds. The tough rind is medium thick and medium green in color with dark-green stripes. The high quality flesh is firm, medium red and sweet with sugar tests up to 9.5%. Read More…

Citrullus lanatus

This watermelon has tough medium green rind with dark-green stripes. Fruits are nearly round averaging 10 to 12 inches in diameter with an average weight of 24 pounds. Flesh is bright deep-red with high sugar content and relatively few small dark brown mottled seeds Read More…

Citrullus lanatus

This popular oblong striped variety averages 22 to 24 inches long by 11 to 13 inches in diameter. It has a medium-thick light green rind with dark-green stripes. Averages 26 to 38 pounds. Bright-red flesh is firm sweet and fine-textured with large black seeds. Read More…

Citrullus lanatus

This early standard “icebox” melon is popular throughout the world. Nearly round black fruit averages 7 to 8 inches in diameter and weighs 7 to 10 pounds. Red-orange flesh is firm and sweet with small dark-brown apple like seeds. Relative maturity is 68 to 80 days. Read More…