|XL=0.5 oz.|344BLACKTAIL MOUNTAINCert. BD/OG75 days.Remarkably early, round 6-10 lb fruits with sweet red flesh. These high quality watermelons are a compact type easily fitting in an ice box (like sugar baby). Developed in Idaho mountains for short season areas by plant breeder/preservationist Glenn Drowns. Has at least a couple of weeks storage possibility after harvest. 351CREAM OF SASKATCHEWANCert. BD/OG80 days.Round fruits, 5-10 lbs, pale green skin with dark stripes, thin skinned, cream colored flesh of exceptional flavor, black seeds. Because of its thin skin, this variety is suitable only for local markets and home gardens. Does well in cool northern climates. 348MOON AND STARS, CHEROKEECert. BD/OGHEIRLOOM One of the legendary Moon and Stars varieties of watermelon which were once thought to be lost. Dark skinned watermelons with golden yellow stars and one larger yellow "moon". This variety has red flesh that is consistently sweet and flavorful. We have a fairly challenging climate for watermelons, but these come through well for us in warmer and cooler years with delicious 10-20lb. fruits. This variety has been consistently among our first to ripen. The leaves and vigorous vines are also speckled with stars. 350SUGAR BABYCert. BD/OG68 days.Very early round watermelon with firm, sweet, red-orange flesh and thin rind that becomes almost black when ripe. Try this one if you have trouble getting watermelons to ripen in your climate. Small icebox-type 6-12 lb. fits in refrigerator without cutting. 345CRIMSON SWEETCert. BD90 days.10-12 lb. round-to-oblong dark and light green striped fruit with small seeds. Very sweet, deep-red, juicy flesh. Resistant to strains 1and 2 of Fusarium Wilt and strains 1 and 3 of Anthracnose. We have found this to be a very consistent trouble free producer of larger watermelons in the North. 346EARLY MOONBEAMCert. BD/OG75 days.Stabilized open-pollinated selection from Yellow Doll Hybrid. 5-8 lb. round striped fruits with sweet, flavorful, yellow flesh. Matures in the north. Bred by Alan Kapular of Peace Seeds.