Yellow Baby Watermelon
Rated best in taste tests, even beating standard red varieties. Naturally self-pollinating and almost entirely seedless. All its energy is devoted to producing more crisp, yellow, juicy flesh. This early, 10lb. ice-box size melon even tolerates cooler weather.
Sowing Instructions: Start seed directly outdoors after all danger of frost, when the ground has thoroughly warmed. Melons prefer a rich, but free draining soil. Seeds can be started indoors 4-6 weeks prior to last frost date in peat pots. Sow seed tin deep, either in hills of 2-3 seeds, or 4ft apart in rows. Allow 4ft between rows/hills.Growing Instructions: Seeds germinate in about 4-8 days at 20-30C (70-85F) soil temperature. Keep soil adequately moist during the season, but don't overwater at ripening time.