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The Farmer's Almanac: How to Plant, Grow, and Harvest Cantaloupe

Cantaloupes

Learn how to plant, grow, and harvest cantaloupe with this growing guide from The Old Farmer's Almanac.

How to Grow Cantaloupe - Gardening Tips and Advice, Fruit Seeds at Burpee.com

How to Grow Cantaloupe - Gardening Tips and Advice, Fruit Seeds - Burpee

Get tips & advice on growing cantaloupe seeds and plants from expert gardeners at Burpee. Learn how to grow cantaloupe plants in your home garden today. Burpee

By Heather Rhoades Hand pollinating melon plants like watermelon, cantaloupe and honeydew may seem unnecessary, but for some gardeners who have difficulty attracting pollinators, like those who garden on high balconies or in high pollution areas, hand pollination for melons is essential in order to get fruit. Let’s look at how to hand pollinate melons.…

Hand Pollinating Melons – How To Hand Pollinate Melons

Hand pollinating melon plants may seem unnecessary, but for some gardeners, hand pollination is essential in order to get fruit. If you're one of these gardeners, read this article and learn how to hand pollinate melons.

Seed: Canteloupe, Armenian Sunrise Hybrid  This looks like a great new variety...must try!

Melon Seeds - Grow Watermelon, Cantaloupe, Vegetable Seeds at Burpee.com

Buy and grow extra-sweet and juicy melon seeds from Burpee.com Burpee

Canteloupes are my favorite fruit ever! I love going on Canteloupe binges.

Burpees Hybrid Cantaloupe Seeds and Plants, Fruit and Vegetable Seeds at Burpee.com

This classic, a Burpee bred hybrid, has slightly oval fruits that are ribbed, heavily netted, and measure 7" long, 6" across and weigh 4 1/2 lb. each. The flesh is deep orange, thick, firm and juicy and has outstanding flavor.

Once melon fruits are recognizable, it is important to prevent the fruits from resting on the moist ground. Also here, you can use those Styrofoam sheets. Place the sheets under the melons to avoid rot.

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What to Plant in June in the South

Vegetables to Plant in June

Sustainable Seed Company's "Farmer John" Fendley shares his favorite vegetables for the Southern region.

Green Nutmeg Melon! Fingers crossed we shall see if these grow this year in my garden!

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Growing Cantaloupes in Zone 5, a happy accident

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Growing Cantaloupes in Zone 5, a happy accident

I have cantelopes in my garden this year! Article on care...

Cantaloupes

Learn how to plant, grow, and harvest cantaloupe with this growing guide from The Old Farmer's Almanac.

Cantaloupe , one of the new free  grow guides to accompany the fruit and nut tree update available from the growveg.com Garden Planner.

Cantaloupe Grow Guide

How to grow and harvest Cantaloupe

Growing Muskmelon/Cantaloupe. Plant seeds one inch deep, 18 inches apart, in hills about 3 feet apart. Hills help with drainage and get warmed by the sun faster. Reduce watering when fruit sets for sweeter fruit. (‘Hale’s Best Jumbo’ 80-90 days to maturity. Produces 3-pound, aromatic melons.)

Cantaloupes

Learn how to plant, grow, and harvest cantaloupe with this growing guide from The Old Farmer's Almanac.

How to Grow Cantaloupe - Gardening Tips and Advice, Fruit Seeds at Burpee.com

How to Grow Cantaloupe - Gardening Tips and Advice, Fruit Seeds - Burpee

Get tips & advice on growing cantaloupe seeds and plants from expert gardeners at Burpee. Learn how to grow cantaloupe plants in your home garden today. Burpee

Cantaloupes taste so sweet and juicy when fully ripe, they’re worth the long wait―4 months of steady heat― to harvest. We love ‘Ambrosia’ for its fragrant, extra-sweet flesh

Grow These Fruits & Vegetables, Eat the Most Locally Possible - Sunset

Growing vegetables and fruits is easy, gives the freshest food possible, and is the most locally you can eat. Give these varieties a try!