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Gurney's® Delight Hybrid Watermelon
Sweet, Crisp and Seedless!
(13 customer reviews)
Seedless fruit has the famed Crimson Sweet flavor, incredibly sweet and juicy! Thicker rinds mean the melons hold longer after harvest. Vigorous, medium-size plants produce family-size, 12- to 15-lb. fruits. Anthracnose resistant. 90 DAYS.
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- Monday, October 17, 2011
The best seedless
Reviewed By: Chuck Yaniko Jr. (Ironton, Ohio)
I have grown these for about 10 years. The are not the largest seedless watermelon, they run 10 to 20 lbs, but they are absolutely the best tasting and the yields are good. All seedless melons take extra care to get good germination rates. Strt them a little earlier as they are slow starters, but they come one well after transplanting. I never direct seed.
- Wednesday, July 27, 2011
Reviewed By: Rebecca Wilcoxon (Gallipolis, oh)
I bought these seeds because I couldn't imagine growing a bunch of seeded watermelons that I would not like to eat and we planted them outdoors because I hadn't read the negative reviews. Every seed germinated and I have several watermelons on each plant! The largest one is not even quite the size of a volleyball so far. I am hoping to eat my first watermelon in just a few days! O.k., maybe I'm rushing it!
- Saturday, May 15, 2010
need hot temp
Reviewed By: joebloe (green, nc)
need to keep seeds and plants at 80 degrees day and night until they get 2' long seedless water melons are tuff to grow i drect plant second week in june
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