• Iroquois Cantaloupe Heirloom!
    75-90 Days

    An early maturing cantaloupe popular in home gardens and market gardens. Really thick salmon -orange flesh gets sweeter in hot, dry conditions. The aromatic melons weigh in at 5-7 pounds with a small seed cavity. In addition to being an all time favorite it's distinctive sweet flavor makes this melon one of the very best! Large fruits are deeply ribbed and netted. Harvest in 75-90 days. Holds up well for transport.

    Fun Facts:
    1. Cantaloupe plants have been cultivated since 2400 BC possibly originating in Egypt
    2. Chinese royalty enjoyed eating the seeds around 200 BC
    3. Pepo was a common term used for cantaloupe in the 1300's on
    4. Columbus took melon seeds to Haiti
    5. A cantaloupe consists of 95% water
    6. Bred by Dr. Henry Munger of Cornell University in 1944
    7. Fusarium wilt resistant

    Fresh- Salads

    Iroquois Cantaloupe Sweet Heirloom seeds


      We're dedicated to selling top quality, non-gmo, heirloom tropical and exotic seeds, bonsai and vegetable seeds, and more.

      • Facebook Social Icon
      • Twitter Social Icon

      Serendipity Seeds, Driftwood Gardens nor any owners thereof are not responsible or liable in any way for buyer use of seeds or use of plants resulting from seeds.  Copyright © [ Driftwood Gardens - Serendipity Seeds LLC] 1998-present. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, in part or in whole, without the written consent of the owner/publisher.    Unless otherwise noted all photos are taken by Wil Johnson or Jon Valley and are Copyright © [Wil Johnson - Driftwood Gardens - Serendipity Seeds LLC] All rights reserved. No picture may be reproduced, in part or in whole, without the written consent of the owner/publisher.

      Privacy Policy :  We do not sell or give out any information personal or otherwise of any customer to anyone for any reason.

      Thank you for being a valued customer!