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Citrullus lanatus has delicious apricot flesh, and is ideal for short seasons.
Originally from the home of Siberian wolves, this variety crossed flora and fauna boundaries in 1901 to flourish in the New Hampshire lands of the gray wolf. Over 80 years later, Seed Savers Exchange member Glenn Drowns rediscovered this variety in a USDA seed bank, one of many vital hubs of genetic material from around the world. Recognizing the value of this short-season treat, he released Sweet Siberian to the wilds of Iowa through his Sand Hill Preservation Center.
An ideal orange-fleshed watermelon for short growing seasons, it is super sweet, with excellent texture, and robust growth habit. Large, oblong fruits have a deep green rind. The apricot-colored flesh is crisp and sweet. Produces long vines and 1-3 fruits weighing 5-10 lbs. each per plant.
There are two packages of these seeds, you are bidding on one.
Shipping donated to everywhere.
Donated by Jane Ramirez.
This is a charity auction for Save Our Siberians - Siberspace Rescue Fund. The SOS-SRF is a non-profit organization in the United States of America as recognized by the Internal Revenue Service pursuant to Section 501(c)(3), et seq. of the Internal Revenue Code.
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