• Melon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_melons A melon is any of various plants of the family Cucurbitaceae with edible, fleshy fruit. The word "melon" can refer to either the plant or specifically to the fruit.
  • Melons - The Different Melon Varieties. Fruit Info.

    www.thefruitpages.com/melons.shtml Casaba, Crenshaw, Musk Net Melon, Sharlyn, Sweet Charantais Melon, Christmas Galia Honeydew Ogen Melon, Pepino, Derishi Russian Seedless Water Melon
  • Melons Girls

    melonsgirls.com Welcome To The Home Page Of The Melons Girls This page is a tribute to all the girls and other employees that worked at the Melons Restaurants over the years.
    • Cook's Thesaurus: Melons

      www.foodsubs.com/Fruitmel.html Melons are great all by themselves, though some people like to perk up their flavor by sprinkling lemon juice, salt, or liqueur on them.
    • Melons | Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Co

      www.rareseeds.com/store/vegetables/melon/melons (Cucumis melo) We have heirloom melons that can mature in almost any climate. Try some of these sweet & juicy varieties this year and enjoy a taste trip into your ...
    • Melons - Johnny's Selected Seeds

      www.johnnyseeds.com/c-35-melons.aspx Summer's sweet rewards begin here. Johnny's extensive variety testing assures you of the easiest-to-grow, most flavorful melon varieties in each class in the species ...
    • What are the Different Types of Melons? (with pictures)

      www.wisegeek.org/what-are-the-different-types-of-melons.htm Melons are sweet edible fruits. Members of the gourd family, melons can belong to two categories: muskmelons, which are known for...
    • Cantaloupe: How to plant, grow and harvest muskmelons | The ...

      www.almanac.com/plant/cantaloupe Cantaloupe likes loamy, well-drained soil. Handle them gently when you transplant. Add lots of compost to the area before planting and after planting.
    • Melons - CloveGarden

      www.clovegarden.com/ingred/melons.html Melons are all "Cucumbers" (Cucurbits or Cucurbitaceae) to the botanist, along with squash, gourds and actual cucumbers. To the agriculturist they are are all "vine ...
    • Melon - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melon A melon is any kind of edible, fleshy fruit in the Cucurbitaceae family. Many different cultivars have been produced, especially of muskmelons. Botanically speaking ...