They have orangey-yellow skin with netting.
Depending on the cultivar, they may have light-green, orange or yellow flesh.
Averages 5 pounds (2.3 kg.)
90 days from seed.
Short shelf life.
Pineapple Melons may have been derived from the Citron melon, which came to France from Africa in 1777.
Some think Thomas Jefferson might have been growing this melon at Monticello in 1794.
Pineapple Melons were listed in American seed catalogues in 1824.
Mentioned in the book “The Vegetable Garden” (1885) by French writer M. M. Vilmorin-Andrieux.