Started seeds in our greenhouse. Kept 4 plants inside and put 3 outside. We had 2-3 melons per vine, both inside, growing up, and out with vines on ground. Sweet and tasty. Most were softball size, enough for two people. Since we had such warm weather, I feel they matured earlier. I will make one suggestion…if you grow outside on ground…watch out for underground pests. 3 out of 4 were eaten from below. Melons were ripe and when I picked up hole on bottom. I don’t know what ate the inside seeds…not really the flesh, only to get in. Perhaps mice? We live on acreage. I will definitely get this seed next year, but make sure to grow outside on a trellis.
Great seeds easily germinated and beautifully healthy. No pests so far just started to flower.
I wanted to wait till end of season for review. I can say in one word ''EXCELLENT''. Planted 2 sets of 3 seeds June 1'st, got 2 really healthy plants. Melons showed up middle of July. They just sat and sat and sat. This season was cool in Central Oregon. Did not think they would ripen. Around end of August 1 turned ripe every 2-3 days, picked last 1 Oct. 4th. Got 24 softball sized, some a little smaller-larger of the sweetest, juiciest cantaloupe's ever!!!! Pinetree was the only place that had seeds available due to 2020 you know what. Keith
Grown them before and the are great although like everything else this spring, having a little trouble getting the seeds to germinate.