The Eight of Cups symbolizes the discovery of deeper meaning in something you enjoy. Expect this realization with this rare variety of watermelon that offers a more profound taste and appearance than run of the mill types.
Citrullus Lanatus Annual: Provides delicious fruit with sweet pink flesh and black seeds, that can reach about 2 feet long, weighing 10-16 pounds. First introduced in 1924 as Sun, Moon and Stars, this strain came from Mereel Hales of Oklahoma who feels it is a close example of the original Cherokee varieties of watermelon.
Envelope contains 15 seeds.
Sow seeds outdoors in hills with at least 12 inches of space in all directions. Sow after last frost when the soil has warmed. Can begin plants indoors and transplanted after 4 weeks.