Minnesota Midget is great for northern areas with shorter growing seasons as it reaches maturity in a mere 70 days—and its sugary-sweet flesh.


The very small, very compact plants reach only 3 to 4 feet across yet still produce numerous fruits, up to six per plant!The orange-fleshed fruits are small, measuring only 4 inches across, making this variety an exceptional choice for container growing, too. The skin is netted and green but pales when the fruits are ripe.

Sold in 4" pot containing 3 vines.


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CANTALOUPE, Minnesota Midget





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