Do you recognize this melon? I found one like it at a Vietnamese market in Portland in 2013, saved the seeds, and planted them in 2014. The vines were vigorous and healthy, and the fruits oblong and fairly large, with netted yellow skins and pale orange flesh. These melons aren’t aromatic, but they are extremely sweet and wonderfully crisp. The texture is more like that of watermelon than that of cantaloupe.
Although I’m planning only a small summer garden this year, I’m once again including this melon. If you know what it is, please let me know!
Update 2021: The melon is a hami, a variety from China. I have grown hami melon several times since the original post, and I still love it.