If an Origami is in the store, you will smell it. This powerful melon produces a sweet scent that it intices consumers to buy.
When an Origami is ready to harvest, it will slip off the vine with very little effort. Nature is communicating when it's ripe and ready to pick.
Because this melon slips off the vine and nature has decided when its ready, every piece of fruit is consistent and ready to eat.
Origami is known for its sweetness. It will consitently brix high and will satisfy any consumer's palette.
This is how a real old-fashioned melon should taste. Ripened on the vine, picked ready to eat and fresh from our field to your family's table.