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It’s called Lemon Krush

Mark wanted to try some different varieties of watermelon in the garden this year.  When he was ordering seeds (way back in February), he found this variety described as “large fruit with bright golden yellow flesh, very sweet and tolerent from diseases. 

The taste testers (our family) all agree that this tasted great – it was sweeter than red watermelon and had more of a honeydew melon texture.  So if you see yellow watermelon – buy it, you’ll like it!

 

Guest Bloggers:
Stacy and Mark Christoffersen. The Christoffersen’s maintain a ¾ acre gardening plot for their church. All the food grown and harvested is donated to local food pantries and meal sites to provide fresh produce needs. Although not professional, they have come across many successes and challenges of vegetable gardening.