The delicious, fruity, egg-shaped Pepino melons (Solanum muricatum) are wonderful fruits that look both upbeat and unusual. They fit in well on balconies and terraces, as well as in a mini garden. From pretty violet-yellow flowers, the bushy-growing plants grow many yellow-orange, purple-striped and spotted fruits. They reach size and shape of goose eggs. The flesh tastes pleasantly sweet and flavorful, somewhere between a pear and melon. The fresh fruits taste best served cut into pieces or cooled in the form of a fruit salad. You can also prepare them with juice and jam.
|Sowing Schedule: || February, March, April |
|Length of germination: || 2 - 3 Weeks |
|Flowering Period: || July, August, September, October, November |
|Brands: || Kiepenkerl |
|Where to plant: || Windowsill |
|Available As:: || One portion of seeds |
|Height of Growth:: || 60-90 cm |