Seedless watermelon does not produce pollen, so the packet includes a pollinator seed (a seeded variety) and both types must be planted in order to get fruit.
- Plant one pollinator for every two seedless seeds
- The pollinator will be the larger seed.
- If you plant in hills plant 2 pollinators and 3 seedless.
- If you plant in rows use planting method: Pollinator--Seedless--Seedless--Pollinator
- Mark the pollinator because it will produce seeded fruit.