• Pumpkin

  • Connecticut Field Pumpkin

    120 days; Best variety for canning and stock feeding. Also known as Big Tom. Yields many big, yellow-orange fruits weighing about 20 lbs. Hard, smooth skin is lightly ribbed. Great for Halloween carving because rounded fruits are flattened [...]

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    Howden Pumpkin

    110 days; Traditional favorite for 12-15 lb Halloween pumpkins. Grown more commercially than possibly any other variety. Extra-thick flesh. Less likely to produce lopsided pumpkins. Hard skin is ridged and dark orange. Keep for a long time.[...]

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    Jack Be Little Pumpkins

    95 days; Produces bright orange mini ribbed pumpkins small enough to fit in the palm of your hand. Many fruit set on each vine, deep orange color, about 2-3" diameter, 3-4 oz. A true mini-pumpkin, not a gourd. Easy to grow; will last about [...]

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    Jack O Lantern Pumpkins

    110 days; excellent for Halloween Jack-O-Lantern carving. Skin is bright orange, smooth, and firm; flesh is orange-yellow. Fruits are Heirloom

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    Small Sugar Pie Pumpkin

    90 days; Excellent general-purpose variety. Also called New England Pie. Best for pies and very good for canning and carving. Sweet, fine textured flesh makes the best pies. Grows about 7 lbs, 8" across with thick, meaty flesh and a small [...]

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    Striped Cushaw Pumpkin

    115 days; Large bulb shaped fruits with curved necks up to 20" long. Large vines produce creamy white fruit mottled with green stripes. Light yellow flesh is sweet, thick, coarse and fibrous. Good for pies and baking. HEIRLOOM 1880s.

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