Originating in France, these famous melons are small with a light green skin. The chair is bright orange in color, soft and fragrant.
Growing melons in the tropics generally requires significant care. Although they can thrive with heat and humidity, the time taken for fruit ripening (especially for larger fruits) leaves plants more susceptible to disease than the shorter harvest cycles of leafy vegetables. . Fruiting plants will also receive significantly more nutrients and water (especially when fruiting) than non-fruiting plants.
Although a day of sun is needed, use shade cloth to regulate excess afternoon sun. Germinate in a cool, dark place. Grow in a cool place, shaded from afternoon sun, with good air circulation and plenty of water.