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Type of watermelon

Posted by GreenieLisa none (My Page) on
Wed, May 22, 13 at 22:56

Can someone help me identify what type of watermelon I am growing...Thanks...:-)

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RE: Type of watermelon

It looks like 90% of the watermelons out there. If it were any other color or pattern, it might be easier. I'm no expert though, but I doubt even an expert could really identify it. You can't even tell what color the flesh will be from that picture.

RE: Type of watermelon

While it's nearly impossible to be definite with so many varieties out there, I'd say it is of the Crimson Sweet type.

RE: Type of watermelon

Yes, I agree with brookw, Crimson Sweet does look like that, and it is a very popular (and desirable) one. A few others I know of that can look similar at that stage are: Kolb's Gem, Georgia Rattlesnake, Daisy, and Orangeglo, but none of these are too common.

RE: Type of watermelon

Does this pic help?

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