Willhite Seed Inc.comments (2) December 10th, 2010
What wouldn't I give to be able to grow melons? Maybe it's the lack of sun, maybe the soil isn't quite right, maybe I'm derelict in watering, but for whatever reason, they just don't thrive. But most years, I try "just one more time" to see if I can make it work. And this year, I've discovered a treasure trove of melon seed options.
Willhite has been in business since the early 1900s, when its founder, T. A. Willhite, began selling seeds from the watermelons he grew. The fledgling Willhite Melon Seed Farms survived the Depression, and in the 1970s changed its name to Willhite Seed to reflect its expansion into the wider world of flower and vegetable seeds and gardening products. But the focus remains on melons. Especially watermelons, both hybrid and open pollinated.
|Willhite Seed Inc.
PO Box 23
Poolville, TX 76487
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