Watermelon: Sugar Baby

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Sugar Baby

Facts and Care

  • Series:
    Sugar Baby
  • Botanical Name:
    Citrullus lanatus 'Sugar Baby'
  • Colors Available:
  • Watering Needs:
    Average Water Needs – Keep Evenly Moist, Not Soggy
  • Sunlight Needs:
    Full Sun
  • Zone Hardy:
    Not Hardy - Grow As An Annual


Days To Harvest Guide: 70 - 80 days
Fruit Size: 8 - 10 lbs

This heirloom variety produces 6 - 8 inch fruit with a dark green skin.  The firm, sweet red flesh is sweet and delicious and the compact growing habit makes it a great space saver over other varieties.  

When planting in the garden space plants at least 5 feet apart.

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