The Seedless watermelon has the same trademark two-toned variegated green skin and juicy, aromatic sweet flesh as the seeded version. Though it lacks the large hard black seeds of traditional watermelons, the Seedless watermelon can contain small white seeds that are soft and completely edible. Seedless watermelons can be oblong or spherical and range in size from 6 to 25 pounds. They have a densely compacted magenta flesh that is crisp yet succulent.
Seedless watermelons are available year-round with a peak season in the summer months.
Watermelons are renowned for their hydrating properties and the Seedless version is no exception. They are comprised of nearly 90 percent water and also contain vitamins A, C and B-complex group, iron, fiber and the amino acid Arginine which has been shown to boost metabolism. They contain rich supplies of potassium which helps prevent sore muscles and lycopene known for antioxidant benefits.