The Ha-ogen Cucumis melo. Excellent green fleshed Israeli melon, round fruits, they dehisce (let go of vine) and the skins yellow when ripe.
Ha-ogen Cucumis Melo
Muskmelon (Cucumis melo) is a species of melon that has been developed into many cultivated varieties. These include smooth-skinned varieties such as honeydew, Crenshaw, and casaba. Also different netted cultivars (cantaloupe, Persian melon, and Santa Claus or Christmas melon). The Armenian cucumber is also a variety of muskmelon, but its shape, taste, and culinary uses more closely resemble those of a cucumber. The large number of cultivars in this species approaches that found in wild cabbage, though morphological variation is not as extensive. It is a fruit of a type called pepo.
Muskmelon is native to Iran, Anatolia and Armenia, with a secondary center including northwest India and Afghanistan.