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Gurney’s® Li’l Sweet Hybrid Cantaloupe
Single-Serving Cantaloupe with Full-Size Flavor!
(10 customer reviews)
Perfect “personal” size—producing lots of 1 1/2- to 2-lb. fruits, perfect for one or two to enjoy. The dark orange flesh is exceptionally sweet with that rich, true muskmelon flavor and a texture that is meaty yet tender. Makes a great summer dessert; simply halve, scoop out the seeds and fill with vanilla ice cream. Delicious! 76 DAYS.
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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- Saturday, August 08, 2009
Reviewed By: Jason Jones (New Church, Virginia)
I am into the vertical gardening using the Square foot garden method this year. So, I needed a small cantaloupe for the trellis. I picked the li'l sweet and could not be happier. The wife and son can't eat all that we are producing. We have picked eight so far and there are twelve more growing. This is from two plants. I highly recommend these especially if growing on a trellis.
- Monday, July 27, 2009
Reviewed By: Karen (Abita Springs, LA)
Great producer with unbelievable taste! I've tried many times to grow melons. The vine either withered away from heat before the fruit was ready, or the melon would taste watery.
- Monday, March 23, 2009
Favorite part of garden
Reviewed By: Brandon (Taylor, MI)
I was a first time small backyard gardener in 2008 and these cantaloupes were my favorite plants. I made quite a few mistakes (transplanted too early without outdoor hardening, not having fence or something to vine up at first, misjudging how the sun would progress through the garden etc.)but still ended up with some quality product from these. Not to be at the mercy of noobness this year, I germinated many of these already this year, all of which from the abundance of seeds from last years fruit. They are doing wonderful in my indoor grow box (simple 3 45watt fluorescent setup)and on south facing window sills. The plan is giving started plants away as gifts to all my friends who are suddenly interested in small gardens of their own! Also I plan on clearing another large portion of my yard nearly exclusively for this wonderful fruit. Oh how I look forward to enjoying these very early in the season to the end of harvest.
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