Shiny Boy caught our eye in our test plots because of its exceptional yield potential, outstanding flesh color, and excellent flavor and sweetness. Its oblong-shaped fruit have a attractive green rind with dark green stripes. The 15 to 17 lb. fruit are produced on vigorous vines that hold up well to variable weather conditions and produce good, early yields. When you cut the fruit open you’ll be amazed at its deep red colored flesh, crisp
Yellow Doll is an extra early hybrid watermelon that will have your customers raving about it’s sweet yellow flesh. The semi-compact vines produce round to oval medium green melons with dark green stripes, averaging 5 to 7 pounds each. It’s high quality is recommended for local sales, but because of its thin rind, it’s not recommended for shipping.
Sugar Sprint produces excellent early yields of edible, stringless pods that are sweet and tender. The compact 26″ vine has intermediate resistance to PEV and PM, averages two pods per node, and lends itself well to either ground or short stake production. The 3″ pods can be enjoyed fresh off the vine, steamed or used in stir-fry.
Huge yields of medium sized 3-4 lobed fruits. Has apparent tolerance to blossom drop as nearly every flower produces a pepper. Widely adapted but performs particularly well in cool climates where bell peppers are difficult to grow successfully. Best for early crops and particularly good for pack sales.