A big slice of juicy watermelon is the perfect accompaniment to a summer day. These melons have a nice sweet taste and come in several varieties. Varieties found at the farmers' market such as the Sugar Baby, which are small enough to fit in the refrigerator whole, and even yellow, orange, and pink-fleshed varieties, all with subtle flavor differences.
There are seeded and seedless ones as well. Watermelon has high water content, approximately 92%, giving its flesh a juicy and thirst-quenching texture, while still also subtly crunchy. Watermelon has high lycopene content, more than a tomato. It also has vitamin C, copper, vitamin A, and potassium in good amounts. There are several varieties available at your farmers' market:
Amarillo: Small round yellow-fleshed seedless melon.
Millionaire: Reddish pink flesh, hard, green-striped rinds, seedless.
Delta: Deep red interior color, juicy flesh, and sweet taste with seeds.
Sugar Babies: Several varieties of small round "icebox" melons, red flesh, dark green rind, seedless.
Read more at Gardening Know How: Watermelon ‘Millionaire’ Variety – Learn How To Grow A Millionaire Melon https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/fruits/watermelon/grow-millionaire-watermelons.htm