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Solanum muricatum, Pepino Melon

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 Solanum muricatum
Family: Solanaceae
Pepino Melon
Origin: South America, Andes
small shrub 2-5 ftfull sunsemi-shaderegular waterwhite/off-white flowersblue/lavender/purple flowersedible

A small bush or shrub much like the tomato. It has an evergreen foliage. In colder climates, it can be grown in containers.

Commonly eaten fresh, the pepino's flesh is so soft and juicy it makes a quick and easy treat.


 Solanum muricatum, Pepino Melon

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Solanum muricatum, Pepino Melon

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Pepino. A small bush or shrub much like the tomato. It has an evergreen foliage. In colder climates, it can be grown in containers. Commonly eaten fresh, the pepino's flesh is so soft and juicy it makes a quick and easy treat.
Broadcast the small seeds on top of the soil. Keep warm, lightly miost and in bright light.
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Per pack: 6 seeds

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