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Sugar Baby Watermelon
Compact Vines, Consistent Yields
(9 customer reviews)
Saves space in the garden and in the refrigerator. The only thing oversized is the flavor—rich and incredibly sweet. Compact vines produce plenty of 6- to 10-lb. fruits packed with sweet red-orange flesh. 85 DAYS.
Seed Counts: 1/2 oz. contains about 125-140 seeds, sows a 100-ft. row.
This item ships at the proper planting time for your region in both spring and fall.
If the current shipping season is closed, your order will ship at the proper time in the next season.
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- Sunday, August 22, 2010
Reviewed By: Dave (Westfield, MA)
I have grown these watermelons with excellent success in the past with numerous fruits of great size (6-7 pounds). This year, voles have found the vines and chewed off a lot of the vines a few feet after the forming melons. Instead of averaging 4 melons per vine I averaged between one and two. To my surprize, the remaining melons got huge by Sugar Baby standards. Between 10 and 14 pounds! If you grow this melon, try pruning the vines after a few melons start forming. I will do this in all future plantings. It will hurt to do it, but you will be rewarded with larger than average watermelons that are sweeter and tastier than any other melon you can grow.
- Sunday, July 25, 2010
Reviewed By: Robin Scott (Hitchins , Kentucky)
I got a nice surprise this year after drought took my melons last year. I covered the garden with grass clippings this spring to keep down weeds. Much to my surprise, the Sugar Baby watermelons came back with a vengeance and are winding through the corn rows full of blooms. I'm looking forward to tasting them.
- Monday, May 24, 2010
Reviewed By: Betty (The Colony, Texas)
First time to try watermelon and we already have 10 melons growing on 3 separate plants. They mature very quickly. The biggest one is softball size after a week. I only hope that we can pick it at the right time for the best flavor.
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