It takes approximately 80 days for watermelons to go from seed to edibility. In some climates, and for some types of watermelon, a few more days may be necessary. There is a curly, tendril, just opposite the vine and melon junction, which will be dried and withered when the melon is ready to pick. After picking the melons they can be stored in a cool place but not for long. Melons have a short life span after they’re plucked.
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Make sure your plants are always evenly spaced by turning your rake or shovel handle in to a measuring stick. Simply lay a yardstick next to your shovel and copy the markings to the handle with a permanent marker. The next time you’re ready to put in new plants all you’ll need is your shovel.