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When and Where to Plant: Select a sunny, well drained location and sow
seeds in the late spring when soil has warmed. For an earlier crop, start
seeds indoors 4-5 weeks before planting outdoors. For best results, loosen
soil with spade or fork, fertilize with vegetable food and smooth with rake.
Firm soil over seed and keep moist.
Care: Keep soil moist and fertilize monthly. Mulch to conserve moisture.
Harvesting: Pick when the blossom end is slightly springy and when the stem separates with a slight pull. For best flavor, ripen on the vine.
1CANT (Packet: +/- 51 seeds) - Out of stock.
1CANTQP (1/4 Pound)
1CANTLB (1 Pound)
|Botanical Name||Cucumis melo|
|How to Grow||Start Indoors|
|Planting Depth||1 inch|
|Seed Spacing||3 inches apart (6-8 plants per hill)|
|Row Spacing||48-72 inches|
|Space After Thinning||2-3 plants per hill|
|Days to Germination||10-20|
|Days to Harvest||90-100|
|Ways to Grow||Trellises|
|In the Kitchen||Salads|
|Is It Heirloom?||Yes|
|Neonicotinoid-Free||Yes - Learn More|
|Ships to Hawaii, Alaska & Canada||Yes|
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Comments about American Meadows Heirloom Hales Best Cantaloupe Seeds:
Used in my small garden. Good plants but takes up alot of room.
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