Cucamelon are tiny fruits the size of grapes except they are nothing like grapes. As you may have guessed by the unusual name they look like tiny watermelons and have taste of cucumber with lime. It turns out it is not a genetically grown fruit and it has been around in Mexico for centuries and is a delicacy. Cucamelons are easily grown and are sown in April they take two-three months till harvest and are great in salads and when pickled. These watermelon lookalikes don’t get any unwanted trouble from pests and are fine during drought due to its exotic background. The vines of the Cucamelons will keep producing fruits at a large quantity throughout the summer. If you enjoy growing unusual fruit like these why not give it a go as seeds for this crazy fruit can easily be bought on the web.