Hi all, I've grown melons many times here on Vancouver Island, usually department store starts of "cantaloupes" / musk melons and honeydews, however they never really do very well. Once only many years ago I had some delicious cantaloupes but it was a fluke. I tried again last year and they grew nicely but were kind of starchy and not very sweet and juicy at all. Perhaps they took too long to ripen with the disastrous spring and early summer we had or I left them too long on the vine. I'm thinking of taking another whack at it this year with more care and education and starting them myself indoors early. I'm wondering if there are any melons particularly suited to our coastal climate so I can start with something that has a chance of success. Muskmellons, watermelons what have you is fine. I don't just want them to grow, I want them to be deliciously worthwhile.