Speaking of summer, it’s a watermelon.
Melons that grow in the west are round and striped and green and wait a second. That's a watermelon. I guess they come from the western part of Japan.
The reading for 西 here is an exception. Here's a mnemonic to help you remember it:
Watermelons taste best after you swing (すい) them around. Whether you tie a rope to them or swing them on an actual swing, it mixes up the yummy watermelon insides and they end up tasting the best this way. So always remember to swing your watermelon before you crack it open.