Cuban Queen watermelon


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Cuban queen watermelon, also called Dixie queen, was first introduced in the late 1800s. It’s also referred to as white-seeded Cuban queen because, unlike most watermelons that have black seeds, its seeds are pure white. The plant grows as a spreading vine and has fruit ready for picking about 80 or 90 days after planting. Its watermelons tend to be more round-to-oblong and are white-to-pale-green, with dark green stripes along their surfaces. The fruits are quite large, each about 15 inches in length and weighing up to 35 pounds, and filled with scarlet red flesh that’s crisp and especially sweet. 20 seeds

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Weight 0.25 oz
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