Min Qty: 30 seeds
Description: Heirloom from the 1950's when it was found in a field in Geary, OK. Smaller-sized, 8-12 pound, 6-8" round fruit with dark skin and a grainier texture than those in the store. Drought resistant.
Planting Instructions: 80 days. Start inside 4 weeks before last frost. Transplant into rows or hills after the danger of frost has passed and the soil has warmed up. Or plant direct 2 weeks after danger of last frost. Sow seeds 4-6" apart 1" deep in rows 6' apart. When the seedlings are 2-3" high, thin to the strongest plant every 5-7' . If planting in hills, sow 4-6 seeds in a ring around the top. Thin to the 3 strongest plants. Keep evenly watered during growing season for best fruit.