This is an interesting melon from Russia. It is small and yellow with green splashes, and white flesh. The texture and flavour is exactly like nashi pear.
When to sow:After risk of frost has passed in spring. Mid October to December in Southern Australia. Sow directly where they are to grow or sow in punnets and transplant out into the garden when they are big enough to handle. Avoid damaging the roots when transplanting.
Plant Type: Trailing vine
Uses:Eat fresh as is, or add to fruit salads, or juice
Growing Conditions:Needs good, well drained soil. Water regularly in Summer.
Special Qualities: Productive. Interesting old melon.
Seeds: 20 minimum in a packet.