Watermelon, Charleston Gray Watermelon Seeds – Heirloom

1.000 KD

You’ll have lots of thick slices for those late summer barbecues and picnics! This open-pollinated melon, developed by renowned watermelon breeder Charles Andrus, of the USDA in Charleston, SC, was the first to be resistant to both Fusarium wilt and anthracnose disease. Greenish-gray rind protects melon from sunburn. It is still affectionately called “that gray melon from Charleston”. Fruits average 22″–26″ long and 25–35 pounds.

Weight: 2grams (40 Seeds)

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