9 months ago
Last edited at 12:34PM on 9/8/2012
Yes it can all you need is an old tire, plant the tire about face down, about half ways then plant your seeds after planting put a wooden dowel in the middle of where you planted the seeds ,Drape clear plastic around it also set heavy rocks around the outside of the plastic to keep it in place it acts like a protection from the cold and still receives the warmth of the sun when you water place just a gallon in a sprinkle can and dont over water it will grow fertilize with tea or coffee leftover grounds leftover as it grows you may wrap the vine around using tomato cages still keeping the clear plastic when the flowers appear learn how to pollinate using a small eye liner brush you can go to any online to learn How to pollinate the flowers
Cantaloupe does not grow in the winter, unless when grown indoors. This is because a cantaloupe needs full sun to yield better. A cantaloupe will also require regular watering and at least eight to ten feet of some roaming space for the growing vines. If you are growing from a container, you might want to use early cultivars and grow in at least eighteen inches sized containers.
9 months ago
Last edited at 9:17AM on 9/8/2012
not outside no you can kill it what are you crazy,but if it is inside and its a perfect degree you can leave it in the house but other than that you can kill it also you like that me too i love cantaloupe you awesome man or women i like the way you think really yes i do