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Sugar Baby Watermelon growing in garden
Sugar Baby Watermelon Seeds
Sugar Baby Watermelon Seeds
Sugar Baby Watermelon growing in garden Sugar Baby Watermelon Seeds Sugar Baby Watermelon Seeds
Sugar Baby Watermelon growing in garden Sugar Baby Watermelon Seeds Sugar Baby Watermelon Seeds

Sugar Baby Watermelon

25 Seeds

$ 2.99

(Citrullus lanatus) Compact vines produce an abundance of conveniently sized melons.  I do enjoy growing those classic, large watermelons, but I don't love having to roll the 50lb monsters back to my kitchen. For this reason, Sugar Baby is my favorite everyday watermelon-- its size makes it convenient to carry and chill in the fridge and it can be consumed in just a couple sittings.  The deep red flesh is juicy, sweet and delicious.  If you are looking for an easy to grow, easy to carry, delicious watermelon, Sugar Baby is a good bet.  79 days to harvest.  25 seeds/pkt.

CULTURE:  Direct sow seeds outdoors 2 weeks after last frost, once soil temps have reached 70 degrees.  Sow 3-5 seeds per hill with 3 to 4 feet between hills and to 8 feet between rows.  Under ideal conditions germination will occur in 5-8 days.  Watermelons are ready to harvest when the tendril nearest the melon has dried and the belly of the melon has turned yellow.

(Citrullus lanatus) Compact vines produce an abundance of conveniently sized melons.  I do enjoy growing those classic, large watermelons, but I don't love having to roll the 50lb monsters back to my kitchen. For this reason, Sugar Baby is my favorite everyday watermelon-- its size makes it convenient to carry and chill in the fridge and it can be consumed in just a couple sittings.  The deep red flesh is juicy, sweet and delicious.  If you are looking for an easy to grow, easy to carry, delicious watermelon, Sugar Baby is a good bet.  79 days to harvest.  25 seeds/pkt.

CULTURE:  Direct sow seeds outdoors 2 weeks after last frost, once soil temps have reached 70 degrees.  Sow 3-5 seeds per hill with 3 to 4 feet between hills and to 8 feet between rows.  Under ideal conditions germination will occur in 5-8 days.  Watermelons are ready to harvest when the tendril nearest the melon has dried and the belly of the melon has turned yellow.

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J
J.W.
Great watermelon!

I've had 100% germination and they are growing very well!

T
T.T.
Kids were amazed

Gardening is a family activity for us. Kids loves watching these grown on the trellis and they are so flavorful still enjoying them!

J
J.K.

So far, so good! After a slow start due to a sudden cold and rainy spell, all seeds planted up, growing and looking healthy.

A
A.K.
Sprouting and waiting

Planted these in pods and they sprouted within a three days. Once it gets to 70 degree nights I’ll transplant them to container bed on my rooftop. They get loads of sun and I’m in zone 7

S
S.B.
It's growing beautifully!

Very good seeds. I am a happy customer.


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