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Old November 29, 2016   #16
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I think it is the old Cresnhaw variety, but I wont know until I see the melons again. It is anybodies guess right now. I'm just glad my 10 year old seed germinated so I can be sure I have the same thing.
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Don't forget to save seeds. I'm sure you'll have lots of people interested.

I'm growing Crenshaw this year.

This melon came to mind, but it's orange inside.
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This is another. It has green flesh, it says. I'm growing it, this year.

Possibly could be the Crane melon.
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Old May 10, 2017   #19
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I will find out soon. I've got some planted now.
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