Georgia Rattlesnake Watermelon

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A longtime Southern favorite, thought to have been developed in Georgia in the 1830's. Its stripes resemble those of a Rattlesnake, hence the name. Sweet, light crimson-colored flesh and large size up to 40+ pounds. Used as a shipping melon; a great old variety.

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