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20 Heirlooms Moon And Stars Watermelon Seed By Stonysoil Seed Company.CERTIFIED USDA ORGANIC SEEDS
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- Packet contains 20 plus certified USDA ORGANIC SEEDS handpacked with care by Stonysoil Seed Company
- Deliciously sweet and productive
- Looks like a designer melon with all the markings
- Cerified USDA ORGANIC SEEDS...Start harvesting in 90 to 100 days from seeds.. vines love plenty of sun and heat
- Grow some Moon Nd Stars in your own backyard
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20 Heirlooms Moon And Stars Watermelon Seed By Stonysoil Seed Company. I personally have tried and grown this variety when I lived in the mid west and they were exquisite in flavor and beauty. Moom and Stars Watermelon seeds are certified USDA organic seeds and are handpacked into Stonysoil Seed Company envelopes. They are packaged and manufactured and shipped from the USA ONLY
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A few hints that we learned... water water water... burm up around the plants if ya have to. We even put our cut grass around it to hold in the moisture, which helped a lot too. Once the fruit has set, pull the water back enough to keep the plants alive, otherwise the rind will never get strong enough, and they'll split open before they ever fully ripen. We had about 3 good sized melons do this before we figured out what was going on. Plus, reducing the water will force the sugars into the fruit, making it an even sweeter melon.
So far, biggest melon we've had topped the scale at 58.6lbs, and even for its size, it was still a great tasting melon. 3 plants have produced over 30 good melons this year. Can't ask for much more!
Again, not sure what was going on in the negative review, but, even after a hail storm, +100 degree days, lots of wind and west texas dirt... these things were great!
2 planters training onto a cage can be done but be extra gentle fingers crossed they pollenate and bear fruit but signs are good.
Update plants are doing well have male and female flowers added 2 pics with both
Update: the leaves look extremely cool, and are growing quite quickly now that it's warming up.