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Watermelon Seeds - Tendersweet Orange

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  • Seed Count: 10 Seeds
  • Maturity: 85-90 Days from Planting
  • Fruit Characteristics: Watermelon Tendersweet Orange produces large, round fruits with a vibrant orange flesh.
  • Average Weight: 10-12 pounds per fruit
  • Plant Type: Indeterminate
  • Ideal Growing Conditions: Full sun, fertile, well-drained soil
  • Resistance: Moderate resistance to common watermelon diseases
  • Usage: Perfect for fresh eating, juicing, and fruit salads

Watermelon Tendersweet Orange is a unique variety prized for its deliciously sweet and juicy orange flesh. It traces its roots back to traditional watermelon varieties cultivated for generations. Developed through careful breeding, this variety offers a refreshing twist on the classic watermelon, providing a burst of vibrant color and exceptional flavor. Watermelon Tendersweet Orange has gained popularity among gardeners and consumers alike for its outstanding taste and striking appearance.

Culinary Uses:
The vibrant orange flesh of Watermelon Tendersweet Orange is exceptionally sweet, with a hint of tanginess that tantalizes the taste buds. It is perfect for enjoying fresh on a hot summer day, adding a burst of refreshing sweetness to any meal. Additionally, its juicy texture makes it ideal for juicing, creating flavorful and nutritious beverages. Watermelon Tendersweet Orange can also be diced and added to fruit salads for a colorful and delicious twist. Its versatility in culinary applications makes it a must-have for any garden or kitchen.

Growth Habit & Planting Instructions:
As an indeterminate variety, Watermelon Tendersweet Orange will continue to produce fruit throughout the growing season. Plant seeds directly into warm, fertile soil after the threat of frost has passed. Ensure plants receive full sun and consistent moisture throughout the growing season. Space plants approximately 3-5 feet apart to allow for adequate spread and airflow. Provide support for vines by using trellises or stakes to prevent sprawling. Regular watering and fertilization will promote healthy growth and abundant fruit production. Harvest fruits when the underside turns creamy yellow and the tendrils near the stem begin to dry.

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