Charentais Melon, French heirloom, miniature fruit, 25 seeds, super sweet, lovely fragrance, perfect for small gardens, cantaloupe, SALE

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Made in Claremont, California

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This sweet French heirloom cantaloupe is considered the most flavorful melon in the world. It fits in the palm of your hand, perfect for a single serving. Ribbed fruits contain juicy, bright orange flesh and a heavenly fragrance. Grown in the tranquil Poitou-Charentes region since 1920, Charentais is the standard in France and Europe.

Most Americans only enjoy melons at breakfast or barbecues, but these sweet fruits are delicious in salads, cold soups, even drinks. What we buy at the supermarket isn't even a decent cantaloupe. Taste a Charantais and you'll never go back.

An excellent melon for cool climates and small gardens, this is also a winner for market growers and always sells out quickly. 85 days.

25 seeds non GMO

**All seeds ship for one price! Click here to see more: www.etsy.com/shop/SmartSeeds



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I am so excited for these cantaloupe seeds!! I can hardly wait for spring! great instructions along with the seeds! Thank you! angela
Feb 6, 2018 by angela gray
Feb 6, 2018 by Jennifer Froh
Oct 13, 2017 by Jennifer Lopez
Seeds are growing well. Thanks!
May 16, 2017 by Ashley Powell
Seeds are sprouting and growing strong. Can't wait to get them outside!
Apr 29, 2017 by Withoutmyown

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