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Pride of Wisconsin Muskmelon Seeds
Pride of Wisconsin Muskmelon Seeds
Pride of Wisconsin Muskmelon Seeds
Pride of Wisconsin Muskmelon Seeds Pride of Wisconsin Muskmelon Seeds Pride of Wisconsin Muskmelon Seeds
Pride of Wisconsin Muskmelon Seeds Pride of Wisconsin Muskmelon Seeds Pride of Wisconsin Muskmelon Seeds

Pride of Wisconsin Muskmelon

25 Seeds

$ 3.59

(Cucumis melo) First introduced in 1937 by the Robert Buist Company of Philadelphia, Pride of Wisconsin is an heirloom variety that produces heavy yields of 4-8lb, deeply ribbed muskmelons.  Large melons are often compared to those at roadside stands, with an old-fashioned flavor that sets standard for all other heirloom muskmelons.  A must-try for anyone looking to grow great-tasting melons at home.  90-100 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) First introduced in 1937 by the Robert Buist Company of Philadelphia, Pride of Wisconsin is an heirloom variety that produces heavy yields of 4-8lb, deeply ribbed muskmelons.  Large melons are often compared to those at roadside stands, with an old-fashioned flavor that sets standard for all other heirloom muskmelons.  A must-try for anyone looking to grow great-tasting melons at home.  90-100 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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