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Noir des Carmes Muskmelon Seeds
Noir des Carmes Muskmelon Seeds
Noir des Carmes Muskmelon Seeds
Noir des Carmes Muskmelon Seeds
Noir des Carmes Muskmelon Seeds
Noir des Carmes Muskmelon Seeds Noir des Carmes Muskmelon Seeds Noir des Carmes Muskmelon Seeds Noir des Carmes Muskmelon Seeds Noir des Carmes Muskmelon Seeds
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Noir des Carmes Muskmelon

25 Seeds

$ 2.99

(Cucumis melo) French heirloom named for the Carmelite monks who once cultivated it. Plants produce good yields of small, deeply ribbed melons with dark green, almost black rinds that turn golden yellow as they mature. We recommend picking them while the rinds are still underdeveloped as they have a tendency to split. You’ll enjoy watching them ripen on the counter as the uniquely mottled melons are both beautiful and fragrant. Melons are the perfect size for two people, and the smooth, sweet flesh can be eaten with a spoon, straight from the melon. 75 days to harvest. 25 seeds per packet.

CULTURE: Direct sow seeds outdoors 2 weeks after last frost, once soil temps have reached 70 degrees. Sow 3-5 seeds per hill with 2 to 4 feet between hills and to 3 to 4 feet between rows. Under ideal conditions germination will occur in 5-8 days. Melons are ready to harvest once the melon "slips" from the vine when gently tugged. Don't leave them too long, however, as ripe melons have a sweet aroma that attracts insects.

(Cucumis melo) French heirloom named for the Carmelite monks who once cultivated it. Plants produce good yields of small, deeply ribbed melons with dark green, almost black rinds that turn golden yellow as they mature. We recommend picking them while the rinds are still underdeveloped as they have a tendency to split. You’ll enjoy watching them ripen on the counter as the uniquely mottled melons are both beautiful and fragrant. Melons are the perfect size for two people, and the smooth, sweet flesh can be eaten with a spoon, straight from the melon. 75 days to harvest. 25 seeds per packet.

CULTURE: Direct sow seeds outdoors 2 weeks after last frost, once soil temps have reached 70 degrees. Sow 3-5 seeds per hill with 2 to 4 feet between hills and to 3 to 4 feet between rows. Under ideal conditions germination will occur in 5-8 days. Melons are ready to harvest once the melon "slips" from the vine when gently tugged. Don't leave them too long, however, as ripe melons have a sweet aroma that attracts insects.

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