A Must-Have for Seedless Watermelon Growing
This super-small-seeded (SSS) type is delicious in its own right.
Variety: Jenny Hybrid
Item Form: (P)?Pkt of 10 seeds
Days to Maturity: 85
Fruit Color: Red
Seeds Per Pack: 10
Additional Characteristics: Direct Sow,?Edible
Harvest Season: Late Summer,?Mid Summer
Light Requirements: Full Sun
Moisture Requirements: Moist,? well-drained
Resistance: Disease Resistant
Season Of Interest: Summer
Soil Tolerance: Normal,? loamy
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85 days from direct-sowing. Jenny is a working watermelon, acting as a pollinator for all seedless watermelon varieties in your field. Absolutely essential to grow with seedless types for best yields, Jenny also happens to be a delicious super-small-seeded (SSS) type in her own right — so she is not only useful but very delicious!
These oval fruits reach about 8 pounds at maturity, with jagged dark green stripes on a lighter green background. They are filled with tiny, completely edible seeds, and appear very profusely on well-branched plants. Jenny has less foliage cover for its melons than most, but otherwise looks just like another melon in the field. Once you slice it open and sample a bite, however, you’ll discover the difference!
Super sweet and very juicy, this is a super-small-seeded type with firm, bright red flesh and a high sugar content. You might not expect a pollenizer to have much flavor, but Jenny beats the odds and serves two purposes in the garden — both much-needed and delicious!
Jenny offers the convenience of a seedless watermelon with the heavy yields of a traditional seeded variety. Very disease resistant, it is abundant, vigorous, and healthy. The compact fruit is a good size for easy harvest and storage. So while you’re helping out your seedless varieties to set their best crops, enjoy the delectable flavor and edible seeds of the pollinator! Packet is 10 seeds.