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Melon, Minnesota Midget

Great for short growing seasons! Compact, 3 ft. vines bear large crops of 4 in. melons. Thick meaty, gold-yellow flesh has a unique flavor with high sugar content. Edible to the rind, high quality fruits have fine dense netting are early flowering and resistant to FW.
Muskmelons and Canteloupe grows well with corn, pumpkins, radish and squash.  Marigolds, nasturtiums and oregano will act as bug repellent if you plant them with your melons.


Harvesting Melons

by Sandy Swegel My gardening buddies had an ice tea party at a nearby market farm this week.  Long hot summer days are ripening melons and we were eager to do some taste testing, but how do you know when melons are ripe?  They all look great.  They have a good size.  We were crouching among […]