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sheeshshe
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anyone grow/have "rich sweetness 132 melon"?

Is it suitable for my shorter growing season? I noticed Baker Creek is out of stock. Do you know of any other place to acquire these seeds? I only need a couple, so a small seed packet is ok.

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Sheeshshe, I bought mine at Baker Creek in early January and have some to share if you are interested.

I'm in Vermont and plan to grow them on a trellis.

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auna
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gardenvt - I would also be interested in a few Rich Sweetness 132 seeds. :) If you have a few extra I am thinking I would only need like 5. Thanks!

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I have shared these with several people so I have just enough for our garden.

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I understand. :) I thought it would not hurt to ask. My almost 3 year old is CRAZY for the color orange (he even wears orange glasses - LOL), he picked these melons out in the catalog and I just waited to long to order these. Lesson learned, I will buy earlier next year. For now I bought him some of the Jelly melons they have and they turn orange when ripe. Hopefully they will be just as much fun for him. Happy gardening!!!

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What about Tigger melon? It is small and orange and the name alone should make any child want to grow them. Baker Creek had those also.

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Now how did I miss those!? Thanks for the heads up, I will check them out and call to add them to my order I placed this morning. Thanks much! - Aunalise

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