Wild Muskmelon (Cucumis melo var. dudaim)

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General Plant Information (Edit)
Plant Habit:Vine
Life cycle:Annual
Sun Requirements:Full Sun
Plant Height:12 to 18 inches
Fruit:Showy
Other: Melon is fragrant
Flowers:Inconspicuous
Flower Color:Yellow
Bloom Size:Under 1"
Flower Time:Summer
Late summer or early fall
Edible Parts:Fruit

wonderful smell, edible

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Location: Beautiful Tennessee Date: summer 2013wonderful smell, edible
By chickhill
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Location: My GardensDate: July 29, 2015Blooms are about the size of a dime. Very small.
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 Photo Courtesy of Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds. Used with permissi
By Joy
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Location: My GardensDate: July 9, 2015Seedling After Night Of Heavy Rains
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Location: My GardensDate: July 27, 2015Immature Plant
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Location: My GardensDate: August 9, 2015Tiny Fruit In Developmental Stage
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Location: My GardensDate: September 6, 2015Illustration of color variations during ripening.
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Location: My GardensDate: September 6, 2015Showing Stem Ends: Ripe Fruits Separate Easily From Stem
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