PIEL DE SAPO
The name translates as 'Toad Skin' and the skin of this Spanish-style melon does indeed resemble this amphibian with its mottled green skin with flecks of yellow and wrinkles when ripe. However, the reason vast areas of La Mancha are dedicated to growing this variety is its incredible sweet taste which many people think resembles a water melon. The white flesh itself is similar to a honeydew with just a hint of gold around the seed cavity.
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
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