This tiny immune-boosting type of watermelon is packed with nutrition. Cucamelons, AKA mouse melons, Mexican melons and sanditas, can be grown in your garden or patio, and grow to about one-inch in length. But they’re super high in nutrients, containing lots of free radical fighters, fiber, vitamin C, E and K, as well as potassium.

My challenge to you: try finding some seeds and growing them at home. Leave two weeks for seed germination.

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