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2019 All-America Selections Winners

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2019 All-America Selections Winners

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All-America Selections, currently celebrating 86 years as the only North American non-profit trialing organization for plants that demonstrate great garden performance, announce three new and exciting regional AAS Winners. Each of the following varieties was trialed throughout North America by professional, independent, volunteer judges who grew them next to comparisons that are considered best-in-class.

The two new AAS Winners for the 2019 garden season are:
Melon Orange SilverWave F1 (Regional – Northeast and Southeast)
Watermelon Cal Sweet Bush (Regional – Great Lakes)

All previously announced AAS Winners are featured on the AAS website.

All-America Selections, currently celebrating 86 years as the only North American non-profit trialing organization for plants that demonstrate great garden performance, announce three new and exciting regional AAS Winners. Each of the following varieties was trialed throughout North America by professional, independent, volunteer judges who grew them next to comparisons that are considered best-in-class.

The two new AAS Winners for the 2019 garden season are:
Melon Orange SilverWave F1 (Regional – Northeast and Southeast)
Watermelon Cal Sweet Bush (Regional – Great Lakes)

All previously announced AAS Winners are featured on the AAS website.

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  2. 2. Melon Orange SilverWave F1 2019 Edible Winner • Exotic melon from Asia • Very, very sweet firm and crisp flesh • Large yields • Unique rind coloration
  3. 3. Watermelon Cal Sweet Bush 2019 Edible Winner • Compact bushy plant habit • Great for growing in small spaces • 10-12 pound fruits • Great watermelon taste and texture

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