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Watermelon Black Diamond

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Citrullus lanatus. Developed in Arkansas in the 1950s. Called black diamond because of its deep, dark green skin, it contrasts beautifully with intensely bright red flesh.   

Bred to have a tough skin and large leaves to prevent sunburn. This is one drought-tolerant melon! The rind is thick enough to tolerate transport but thin enough to make slicing a breeze.