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" ... of every fruit useless ; on the contrary, they are protected by a skin so thin and delicate, that they are subject to injury from causes which would produce no perceptible effect upon the melons of Europe. Their flesh is extremely tender, rich, and... "
Garden Vegetables, and how to Cultivate Them - Page 97
1866 - 355 pages
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The Practical Gardener, and Modern Horticulturist: Containing the ..., Volume 1

Charles McIntosh - Gardening - 1828 - 1264 pages
...subject to injury from causes, which would produce no perceptible effect upon the melons of Europe. Their flesh is extremely tender, rich, - and sweet,...juice which renders them still more grateful. They are also abundant bearers, and their fruit is extremely beautiful. They are, however found difficult to...
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A guide to the orchard and kitchen garden; or, An account of ... fruit and ...

George Lindley - 1831
...subject to injury from causes which would produce no perceptible effect upon the melons of Europe. Their flesh is extremely tender, rich, and sweet,...cool juice which renders them still more grateful. To these important qualities they in many cases add the merit of bearing abundant crops of fruit, the...
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A Guide to the Orchard and Fruit Garden: Or, An Account of the Most Valuable ...

George Lindley - Fruit-culture - 1831 - 601 pages
...subject to injury from causes which would produce no perceptible effect upon the melons of Europe. Their flesh is extremely tender, rich, and sweet,...cool juice which renders them still more grateful. To these important qualities they in many cases add the merit of bearing abundant crops of fruit, the...
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A Guide to The Outdoor and Kitchen Garden

George Lindley - 1831
...subject to injury from causes which would produce no perceptible effect upon the melons of Europe. Their flesh is extremely tender, rich, and sweet,...cool juice which renders them still more grateful. To these important qualities they in many cases add the merit of bearing abundant crops of fruit, the...
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The new and improved Practical gardener, and modern horticulturist

Charles McIntosh - 1839
...subject to injury from causes which would produce no perceptible effect upon the melons of Europe. Their flesh is extremely tender, rich, and sweet,...juice which renders them still more grateful. They are also abundant bearers, and their fruit is extremely beautiful. They are, however, found difficult to...
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The Field and Garden Vegetables of America: Containing Full Descriptions of ...

Fearing Burr - Vegetable gardening - 1874 - 667 pages
...Persian melons are protected by a skin so thin and delicate, that they are subject to injury from canses that would produce no perceptible effect on the sorts...and, for their complete perfection, require a long aad warm season. Varieties : — Dampsha. Flesh dark green near the skin, rather whitish towards the...
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