Varieties of Yellow Watermelon
One of the oldest varieties of yellow watermelon is Missouri Heirloom Yellow Flesh Watermelon, one of my favorites, it produces a yellow orange flesh that is sweet, crisp and juicy.
Yellow Crimson is Identical to red Crimson till you slice it open and discover the yellow flesh. Taste is a little sweeter.
Yellow Doll is an early maturing melon popular among Northern growers. It is relatively small at only 5 - 7 pounds but very sweet and delectable. Can be grown where space is limited.
Buttercup yellow watermelon is a Hybrid Seedless variety. Lemon yellow dense flesh with a very high sugar content. Super Sweet. 12 to 15 pounds 14 to 16 pounds each. Yields prolifically, in warmer climates fruit thinning becomes necessary.
Desert King is actually orange like a cantaloupe but sweet and crispy like a watermelon should be. Fairly large 20-lb melons. Drought resistant, sun scald resistant, stores well.
Yellow Petite is very aromatic when sliced open. It is sometimes sold as a personal watermelon as it is fairly small at 4 to 7 pounds each. High sugar content as are most yellow watermelons.
Yellow Moon and Stars Yellow similar to standard moon and stars and a little more difficult to grow.
Cream of Saskatchewan is an older heirloom. It is more cream colored than yellow, almost white in some instances. Fruits average around 8-10 lbs each. Sweet and aromatic.
A few other Yellow varieties worth looking into are
Yellow Black Diamond
, Tastigold and Early Moonbeam
Some of the more rare yellow watermelons include Clay County Yellow Meat Melon, Hopi Yellow Watermelon, Yellow Mountain Sweet, Lemon Krush
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Watermelon Rind Preserves
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