The Canary melon (C. melo (Indorus group)) or winter melon is a large, bright-yellow melon with a pale green to white inner flesh. This melon has a distinctively sweet flavor that is slightly tangier than a honeydew melon. The flesh looks like that of a pear but is softer and tastes a little like a cantaloupe.
The Canary melon (C. melo (Indorus group)) or winter melon is a large, bright-yellow melon with a pale green to white inner flesh. This melon has a distinctively sweet flavor that is slightly tangier than a honeydew melon. The flesh looks like that of a pear but is softer and tastes a little like a cantaloupe. When ripe, the rind has a slightly waxy feel. The name comes from its bright yellow color, which resembles that of the canary. This melon is often marketed as the Juan Canary melon or "variety melons" and can be found in various sizes and shapes. This melon is common in parts of Asia, e.g., Japan and South Korea.
The outer skin of the canary melon is softer than that of cantaloupe or honeydew, and preparation of the melon for consumption is best administered with a knife. The elasticity of the skin resists blunt trauma induced from chopping, punching or hammering.
They are best stored at 15°C.
Melons are a refreshing and delicious addition to your garden. With so many sizes, shapes, and tastes, there is a type of melon that just about everyone loves. Some well-known melon varieties include muskmelon, watermelon, honeydew, and cantaloupe.
Planting, Growing, and Harvesting:
Plant melons in soil with plenty of calcium to help prevent blossom-end rot from occurring. Melons do best in warm soil with plenty of nutrients. You can direct-sow the seeds in rows, or by planting them in hills with a few seeds in each to improve drainage and soil warmth. Be sure melons get a steady water supply. When planting, keep in mind that melon vines with take up a good amount of space in the garden, with some kinds stretching up to 10 or 20 feet. You can grow some melons vertically if you prefer, using a strong, large trellis.
Harvest melons by cutting them from the vine once they are ripe. There are some ways to help you figure out if melons are ripe and ready to pick. In general, look for a dull thumping noise when you tap on the melon, a sweet fragrance when smelling the rind, softening, and changes in color.
Recipes/How to Use:
Melons are wonderful all by themselves. You can also add them to fruit salads, desserts, or blend them into drinks.
<h2 class=""><strong>Semena rajčat Campari</strong></h2>
<h2><span style="color: #ff0000;"><strong>Cena za balíček 10 semen.</strong></span></h2>
Campari je druh rajčat, známý svou šťavnatostí, vysokou hladinou cukru, nízkou kyselostí a nedostatkem jídla. Camparis jsou sytě černo-červené a větší než cherry rajčata, ale menší a kulatější než švestkové rajče. Často se prodávají jako „tomato-on-the-vine“ (TOV) v supermarketech, což je kategorie rajčat, která je v průběhu let stále oblíbenější. Rajčata Campari lze vyrábět z různých odrůd s podobnými vlastnostmi, standardem je Mountain Magic. Jako hybrid stojí semena kolem 150 000 dolarů za libru.<br><br>Společnost Mastronardi Produce zaregistrovala termín „Campari“ jako ochrannou známku USA pro svá rajčata v roce 2003; ochranná známka však byla v roce 2006 zpochybněna na základě tvrzení, že „Campari“ je ve skutečnosti obecný název odrůdy rajčat vyšlechtěné v 90. letech nizozemskou společností Enza Zaden.<br><br>Charakteristika<br>Typický kultivar Campari má tvar zeměkoule s pravidelnými listy a vykazuje odolnost vůči viru tabákové mozaiky. Rostlina roste o 1,8–2,4 m a dozrává za 70–80 dní.
<h2><strong>Semena chilli papričky dračího ohně</strong></h2>
<h2><span style="color: #f80000;"><strong>Cena za balíček 10 semen.</strong></span></h2>
Křížením Carolina Reaper a další chilli (naše tajemství) z rodiny Capsicum chinense se nám po 4 letech podařilo získat stabilní odrůdu chilli. Přestože jde o malé chilli na délku (až 4 cm) a hmotnost (až 3 g), svou pálivostí za Carolina Reaper nijak nezaostává. Rostlina je silná, cca. 150 cm vysoký a nese spoustu plodů, při jedné sklizni lze sklidit až 450 plodů.<br><br>Ideální chilli na sušení, zavařování a čerstvé použití. Je také ideální pro přípravu pálivých omáček v kombinaci s jinými chilli papričkami.<br><br>Vynikající ovocná chuť a vůně.<br><br>V nabídce barev vyberte požadovanou barvu ovoce.<script src="//cdn.public.n1ed.com/G3OMDFLT/widgets.js"></script>
<h2 class=""><strong>Cucamelon seeds - Mexican Sour Gherkin Cucumber<br></strong></h2>
<h2><span style="color: #ff0000;"><strong>Price for Package of 5 or 10 seeds.</strong></span></h2>
<p>Melothria scabra is a vine grown for its edible fruit. Fruit are about the size of grapes and taste like cucumbers with a tinge of sourness. Vernacular names include mouse melon, Mexican sour gherkin, cucamelon, Mexican miniature watermelon and Mexican sour cucumber.</p>
<p>This plant is native to Mexico and Central America, where it is called sandiita (little watermelon). It is believed to have been a domesticated crop before western contact began.</p>
<p>These plants are slow-growing when they are establishing themselves, but can eventually grow up to ten feet under proper conditions. They are drought resistant and pest-resistant relative to other cucumbers. Similar to the cucumber, these plants produce both male and female flowers. These plants can fertilize themselves, but the flowers are not self-fertile. Flowers are small and yellow, about four millimeters in diameter. Fruits develop at the base of the female flower.</p>
<h2><strong>"Vezanka" Chili Seeds Old Serbian variety</strong></h2>
<h2><span style="color: #ff0000;"><strong>Price for Package of 10 or 50 seeds.</strong></span></h2>
<div><span><strong><em>Vezanka, Vezena</em> </strong>peppers are medium to large in size and are long, slender, and taper to a point at the non-stem end, averaging one centimeter in diameter near the stem cap and 15-30 centimeters in length. The pods have prominent, horizontal tan lines, also known as corking, and these lines create a leathery texture. The skin matures from green to red and is very thin, moist, and slightly chewy. Inside the pod, there is a hollow seed cavity housing many round, pale white to cream-colored seeds that are slippery, firm, and crunchy. Vezena peppers have a mild to medium heat, are very aromatic, and are initially sweet with a nutty finish. </span>
<span>Vezena peppers, botanically classified as Capsicum annuum, are a rare heirloom variety native to Eastern Europe that grows on small plants reaching just under one meter in height. Also known as the Rezha Macedonian pepper, Vezeni Piperki, Vezenka, Vezanka, and Vezhenka, the name Vezena Piperka often translates to “engraved” or “embroidered,” a descriptor used to identify the pepper’s unique corked skin. Vezena peppers vary considerably in heat and average between 1,200-5,000 units on the Scoville Heat Scale, with some peppers carrying less capsaicin having a milder taste and some peppers carrying stronger heat similar to jalapeno. Vezena peppers are commonly used as decoration and are also dried and ground for use in spices such as paprika. </span><br>
<span>Vezena peppers contain vitamins C, A, K, and B6, potassium, manganese, iron, magnesium, copper, and fiber. </span><br>
<span>Vezena peppers are best suited for both raw and cooked applications such as grilling and roasting. They can be chopped, diced, and incorporated into salsas or they can be roasted or boiled and used in marmalades and spreads. Vezena peppers are also commonly dried and hung for extended use or ground into paprika and chile salt. They can also be pickled or smoked for an added flavor. Vezena peppers pair well with savory foods, omelets, onion, garlic, sour cream, yogurt, meats such as poultry, pork, beef, and fish, creamy sauces, rice, potatoes, goulash, and boiled or steamed vegetables. They will keep up to one week when stored in a paper bag in the crisper drawer of the refrigerator. Vezena peppers have extremely thin skin and will dry out quickly if left in a dry, warm environment. </span><br>
<span>In Serbia, Vezena peppers are often hung in large clusters around homes and are dried naturally in the autumn sun. The peppers are then left as decoration or are used for grinding into spices and powders. Vezena peppers have been grown in Serbia for hundreds of years, and the Serbian farmers search for the fruits with the most corking striations and collect the seeds as these peppers are considered the most valuable to grow. </span><br>
<span>Vezena peppers are native to Eastern Europe, specifically to Serbia. The exact origins are unknown, but these peppers are believed to have been cultivated for hundreds of years and are also found in Albania, Yugoslavia, and other select areas in the Balkan region.</span></div><script src="//cdn.public.n1ed.com/G3OMDFLT/widgets.js"></script>