There is nothing better on a hot summer day than a sweet, juicy, perfectly ripe watermelon. Unlike cantaloupes and honeydews, watermelons don’t continue to ripen once they’re cut off the vine. If it’s not perfectly ripe when you buy it, it never will be, so the pressure to pick a good one is high. Here are the tips you need to pick a perfect watermelon, whether from the store, a farmer’s market or your won garden, every single time.
About the Author
- Leah Harvath
Hi, I'm Leah, your friendly Fabulous Farm Girl. I'm a wife, mama of 3 boys and surrogate mama to a dog, 2 cats, 5 fish, 8 chickens and a mess-load of bees. I grew up in the country, dreaming of the city and now I live in the city and dream of the country. I blog about becoming self-sufficient and going all-natural one small step at a time no matter where you live. It's not the size of your property that matters, it's the size of your heart.
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