When it comes to distinctive, luscious, sweet taste, nothing quite matches this unique melon. Fruits weigh 4 to 5 pounds and have a heavy net with light sutures. The peach colored flesh is very appealing. Highly recommended for roadside and local markets.
The top selling cantaloupe for quality, flavor and yield! Round to slightly oval fruits (4 to 4 1/2 lbs.) have a strong netting pattern and ribs. Dark orange flesh is firm and juicy. Highly adaptable nationwide, but particularly in northern states.
This hybrid is earlier and more productive than open-pollinated Crenshaw. Large, vigorous vines produce large, oval melons free of netting and sutures. Its sweet, pale-orange flesh has a distinctive aroma.
This Italian supermarket-type melon offers firm crisp flesh with very sweet, aromatic flavors. Oval fruit is lightly netted and has attractive green stripes, while the interior is deep, intense orange with a small, tight seed cavity.
This large sutured cantaloupe can be described as a classic Eastern muskmelon. Very similar in shape, size, and quality of Classic and Burpee Hybrid. The thick dark salmon flesh has that melon aroma that signifies summer.
This cantaloupe is used for roadside markets and bulk hauling. Thick, deep salmon color flesh, sweet flavor, strongly scented, very juicy, yet with a solid melon "bite" that fills you up nicely. Firm flesh holds up well.
Our very earliest cantaloupe: matures in only 65 days from transplant. Semi round fruit weigh one to two pounds. A flavorful and sweet space saver in thegarden that grows on a semi-bush vine. Has great flavor for an early producing melon.
Each of these luscious, juicy, extra-sweet, oval-shaped melons weighs in at 5 to 6 pounds. Filled with tantalizing, tender, salmon-colored flesh. It's a vigorous, main-season melon, and it gives you an abundance of fruit! Resistant to fusarium wilt.
Roadside is one of our favorites at Andersons. Round 7 1/2 inch in diameter fruits are large and creamy tan at maturity, weighing 6 to 8 pounds. Flesh is salmon colored with coarse netting and deep sutures covering the rind.