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Watermelons Did You Know? Today, the Charleston Grey—which has great flavor, an oblong shape, a hard rind that makes it easy to stack and ship, and, even more importantly, extensive disease resistance—remains a variety of choice for home and commercial growers. It is in the pedigree of 95 percent of the watermelons grown in the world today. Watermelons originated in Africa somewhere around the Kalahari Desert.
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Watermelons Citrullis vulgaris refer to both fruit and plant of a vine-like climber and trailer herb originally from southern Africa and one of the most common types of melon are a member of the cucurbit family, which also includes rock-melons, honeydew melons, cucumbers, pumpkins, squash, zucchini and other gourds. Common in fruit platters or as a refreshing desert at a picnic, watermelons are available in a wide range of sizes and shapes. This flowering plant produces a special type of fruit known by botanists as a pepo, which has a thick rind exocarp and fleshy center mesocarp and endocarp ; pepos are derived from an inferior ovary and are characteristic of the Cucurbitaceae. The watermelon fruit, loosely considered a type of melon although not in the genus Cucumis , has a smooth exterior rind green, yellow and sometimes white and a juicy, sweet, usually red, but sometimes orange, yellow, or pink interior flesh.
Common names Makataan grown alongside maize in South Africa In Botswana, this is known as lerotse  and an ingredient in the local dish bogobe jwa lerotse. Lekatane s , Makatane pl Afrikaans: Karkoer, Bitterboela, Bitterwaatlemoen, Tsamma,  Kolokwint, etc. Tsamma melon, Wild watermelon,  Colocynth, etc.
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