1 edition of Description of the golden Champlain cantaloupe found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Statement||by the originators, H.J. Walrath & Sons|
|Contributions||Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 folded sheet (10 unnumbered pages) ;|
|Number of Pages||10|
Champlain1 Samuel de.?, French explorer; founder of Quebec () and governor of New France () Champlain2 Lake. a lake in the northeastern US, between the Green Mountains and the Adirondack Mountains: linked by the Champlain Canal to the Hudson River and by the Richelieu River to the St Lawrence; a major communications route in. Shake That Melon. One of the tests for determining if a cantaloupe is ripe is shaking it and listening for the seeds inside the melon. If the melon rattles with seeds, it is ready for eating.
The "true cantaloupe," the European cantaloupe, C. melo cantalupensis, displays a sutured rind without netting. These varieties, including the best known, Charentais, a 2- to 3-pound French heirloom with a grey-green rind, and the Cavaillon variety, aren't rugged enough for shipping, so you need to grow them at home. Le Rêve de Champlain Rêve de Champlain, est une docufiction de 6 épisodes produite par Groupe Média TFO et Slalom. Navigateur, cartographe, écrivain, ethnologue, botaniste, explorateur.
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The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community. Description of the golden Champlain cantaloupe / by the originators, H.J.
Walrath & Sons. Item Preview. 1 folded sheet ; 18 x 16 cm, folded to 16 x 9 cmPages: 8. (Cantaloupe) Cantaloupes are a type of musk melon. Rich in carotenes, the inner flesh of the cantaloupe is sweet and juicy with a bright orange color.
Select cantaloupes that have a veined rind (avoid smooth ones) and that are yellowish or turning yellow (as pictured). Sweet 'N Early Hybrid - this variety matures in about 75 days, small seed cavity, fruits average 6 pounds and are juicy and sweet, expect melons from each plant; Hearts of Gold - this variety features 3 pound melons, ready in 90 days, flesh is sweet and thick, very round fruit, vines reach 6 feet long, available as certified organic; Ambrosia - this variety of cantaloupe features 4 pound.
The first page mentions eating cantaloupe and that's the last time anything about cantaloupe is mentioned in the book. I thought good stories (even kid's books) were supposed to tie the subject matter into the story more than once!.
The book design itself is /5(3). “Champlain’s Dream is a book every Canadian should own.” — National Post “With Fischer’s Champlain’s Dream, all earlier biographies no longer serve any useful purpose.
This is a massive, scholarly work, logically organized and clearly written as befits a /5(). Deb Richardson-Moores debut fiction novel The Cantaloupe Thief is a fantastic example of the classic advice to write what you know.
A former journalist, Deb is now a pastor who has works with the homeless. In The Cantaloupe Thief, we see the merging of each of these worlds as well as a stellar mystery that will keep surprising you/5. A cantaloupe also known as Rock Melon is a type of is a muskmelon that is probably related to the are two types of cantaloupe, European and North oupes range in size from to kilograms ( to 11 lb).Class: Magnoliopsida.
The Samuel de Champlain who emerges from the pages of this book is definitely that. At the same time, Fischer is informed by the broad range of developments in the practice and writing of history that emerged during the course of the What I particularly enjoy about David Hackett Fischer’s books is that he is a practitioner of what I like to /5.
History of Cantaloupe: Cantaloupes are popularly known as muskmelon or rock melon. It is fleshy fruit with sugary taste and a dry skin with a coarse texture.
Cantaloupes have been found since Roman era as early as BC. Research reveals that around BC, these fruits were extensively cultivated around the Nile valley region. The Cantaloupe Thief #1, in the Branigan Powers Mystery series, by Deb Richardson-MooreBranigan Powers, is a reporter hired to investigate the unsolved 10 year old murder of a wealthy widow.
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A variety of melon having a tan rind with netlike ridges and sweet fragrant orange flesh. California leads the nation in cantaloupe production. Fresno county is the greatest cantaloupe producing county in the nation. bee visits are necessary, on average, for proper pollination and large melons.
Another name for cantaloupe is muskmelon. The fleshy portion of a cantaloupe is usually orange. Cantaloupes grow on. Clifton Seed Company specializes in hybrid vegetable seeds from major U.S.
and international producers, and serves growers throughout the country. Melon: Charentais Extra flavorful melon with dense aromatic flesh.
This French gourmet melon is the only true cantaloupe. Its salmon-colored flesh has a creamy texture with an ambrosial flavor. Melons grow 6" in diameter and weigh lb. The problem, though, is that this might just be a nice story. The vine's ancient origin was likely Persia or India, but varieties of the single melon species (all honeydews, cantaloupes, and.
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The crew at Champlain works to sell hats and promote the brand on campus through events like movie nights and card-making sessions for children in hospitals. Champlain's Dream: The European Founding of North America is a biography written by American historian, David Hackett Fischer and published in It is a biography of French "soldier, spy, master mariner, explorer, cartographer, artist and "Father of New France"", Samuel de Champlain.
In this book, Fischer examines more closely Champlain's personal impact on the establishment of a French Author: David Hackett Fischer.Cantaloupe is the staple melon we grow. We grow several varieties depending on the soil content, weather, and environment.
Our goal is to produce the best tasting, highest quality, sweetest cantaloupe for our customers and choosing the right seed variety for the best location is where is all begins. We originally began growing cantaloupe because there was a need.Cantaloupes (Cucumis melo), or muskmelons, which grow in U.S.
Department of Agriculture hardiness zones 4 thro have sweet, juicy flesh that is a delight to the taste buds. Cantaloupes are.