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Cucamelon Plants - A Cross Between a Melon and a Cucumber!

By Steve Bichard @SteveBichard
Dobies seed merchants have a special offer at the moment on Cucamelon plants
Cucamelon Plants - A cross between a melon and a cucumber!Try growing these fantastically fun little fruits yourself with our Easter Special Offer! Cucamelons are tiny, grape sized melons with a refreshing taste of cucumber and lime. Use them just like cucumbers – perfect for salads, stir-fries and pickles, or why not explore their cocktail enhancing prowess and give your Martini a delicious new twist! Don’t miss your chance to claim two free cucamelon plants and get started on your very own Homegrown Revolution today. These tiny watermelon lookalikes have a refreshing burst of flavor and bags of personality. Plus, their lush vines will produce masses of fruit throughout the summer. Cucamelons are so easy to grow.
Try them in pots, grow bags or plant them outdoors straight into the ground. TV Botanist James Wong is on a mission to inspire a whole new generation of grow-your-own enthusiasts. His exciting new Homegrown Revolution range is bursting with exotic fruits, spices, roots and veggies that you can grow with ease on your patio, balcony, in your garden, or veg  patch.
As  they might have trouble shipping the actual plants to France I will be ordering some seeds and will let you know how I get on with them.
Click on the link below to take advantage of the special offer in the plants.
FREE 2 Cucamelon Plants - you just pay £1.99 p&p!

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