Sometimes also known as Queen Anne's Pocket Melon, this very fragrant white-fleshed, long-established heirloom variety has quite small apple-sized fruits with an attractive yellow and orange-red striped skin.
Sow direct when the soil is warm and all danger of frost is past. Sow the seeds in raised hills or rows 3 inches high. Thin to 3 plants per hill 3 feet apart, or 1 plant per foot in rows. For earlier fruit, seeds may be started indoors
Common name:Queen Anne's Pocket Melon
Packet Content:10 (Approx)