They have green flesh, with some orange near the large seed cavity.
They are sweet, but not as sweet as what people would be used to in modern varieties.
They used to be grown in Maryland for shipping up to Montreal and out to Denver.
Anne Arundel Melons were being grown by a Dr Hill in Londontown, Maryland in the 1730s. They were grown before 1800 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.
Re-introduced by a William W. Weaver in 1992.