Plant annual creeping, herbaceous, very branched, stems that emit tendrils, susceptible to pruning and trellising. Rounded, more or less reniform leaves covered with rather rough hairs. The flowers, in commercial varieties, are usually Monoecious. The first to appear are male; the female flowers appear from the first sheet of each tertiary stem and secondary stems. The fruits are squashes, of varied shape and appearance.
Main varieties: Campino: hybrid, productive, large caliber, green shoulder, good food, with very high, juicy flesh and yellow flesh, firm, sweet and tasty.
LINOR (Komkal): plant vigorous, very balanced, with ease of setting and very productive. Adapted to early crops in greenhouses of Morocco, Almeria and Murcia. Semi-precoz fruit, with good size, with deed longitudinal medium-high intensity, long life white, dura-crujiente, sweet and juicy meat. Fruit for pickups of May-June in Almería, Murcia and Andalucía occidental.
Kanela: plant vigorous, very balanced, with ease of setting and very productive.
Adapted to media late crops of blanket in Murcia. Early fruit, good size, with notarized longitudinal medium-high intensity, white meat, crispy, sweet and very sweet. June collection, at Murcia and Western Andalusia after Linor.