AN eye-catching watermelon with bright yellow flesh instead of red is to be sold across Britain for the first time.
The colour of the Yellowflesh is not its only peculiarity - it also has a hint of citrus.
And the fruit, officially called a Graciosa, contains either none or very few tiny seeds.
Tesco's melon buyer, Damien Sutherland, said: "We have cantaloupes, honeydews and traditional watermelons but this is the most spectacular-looking melon we've ever seen."
The Yellowflesh was created in Spain in 1992.