Plant: After last frost

Cucumis melo

30 seeds/pack   |   80-90 days   |   Heirloom

This cantaloupe has been our farm favorite for several years.  With sweet thick flesh, at 2 lbs, these melons are small enough for one or two servings.  They do well in regions with a shorter season where there is ample daytime heat but the night time temps dip down. They grew in such abundance this year that we froze 10 gallons of flesh while we were seed saving.  Perfect for smoothies!

$2.75

Plant: After last frost

Citrullus lanatus

25 seeds/pack   |   85-90 days  

These red-fleshed melons set the standard for sweetness, market readiness and disease resistance. Developed in 1964 at Kansas State University, it resists both fusarium wilt and anthracnose. Many thanks to all our watermelon-loving friends who helped us save this seed!

$2.75

Plant: After last frost

Citrullus lanatus

25 seeds/pack   |   78 days

Yellow watermelon? That's right, and so good! This melon is so sweet and juicy that you can eat most of the rind too. It is an icebox size, 5-8 lbs with butter yellow flesh and colorful dark and light green exterior.  The small size makes it perfect for a one-sitting feast.  This melon is well suited to short season climates as it will mature early.

$2.75

Plant: After last frost

Cucumis melo

25 seeds/pack    |   75-80 days   |   Heirloom

This light and juicy green fleshed melon is very fragrant and tasty. Early maturing and heavy producer of small 2-3 lb fruits. Harvest when fruits turn yellow. Thought to be an Israeli adaption of an older native American variety. Vigorous growth. Main crop matures over a month long period and then a new crop of smaller fruits will continue to produce until the frost.

$2.75