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Citrullus lanatus. (70 Days) This is just about the earliest watermelon you are going to find. Bred to fit right inside your frig or ice chest, this watermelon is only 6-10 pounds of bright red sweet fruit. I'm hungry already! Not only is it the perfect size, but the rind is tough enough to toss this sweet Baby on ice and head to the river! Approx. 375 seeds per ounce.
Extremely productive plant, turning out loads of sweet, small organic melons perfect for the family of four. This is the small gardener's dream! Whereas most melons take up lots of space for just a few melons, this Sugar Baby will give you loads of fruit in a small space. Some of the first watermelons in the U.S. were "officially" documented in 1629 in Massachusetts. Being good Southern boys and always having watermelons at hand, but no sugar, the Confederate soldiers boiled watermelon to make sweet molasses for cooking.
Conscious Kitchen says...
"I'm sure there are other varieties of watermelon that are still perfect at their prime, but I have not experienced such watermelon paradise as cracking open the small dark green round sugarbaby and digging in to its sweet crush of fruit ever in my life."
Recommended by the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences."These seed varieties have been tested and proven resilient in the Florida backyard garden."
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