On this Lübeck Haus Bookstore catalogue page are listed books for growing watermellons and gardening activities.
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Links to the origin or the history of watermellons is presented below.
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Historians think that watermelons was first found or grown in semi-arid sandy savannah in Southern Africa. It may have originated in the Kalahari Desert of Africa. The Kalahari Desert is a high, vast, arid plateau in southern Africa north of the Orange River. It comprises most of Botswana with parts in Namibia and South Africa. Though it is semi-desert, it has huge tracts of excellent grazing after good rains and is rich in wildlife.
The first record of watermelon was found in a five thousand years old document in Egypt. It was found in several Hieroglyphics on the walls of the pyramids in Egypt. The first watermelon was in Egypt 5,000 years ago. The harvests are depicted in hieroglyphics on ancient Egyptian walls. Watermelon seeds were recovered from the tomb of Pharaoh Tutankhamen. The watermelon was spread along the Mediterranean countries by way of merchant trading ships.
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