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$5.00PUMPKIN, Boston Marrow – Cucurbito maxima FULL SUN Introduced before 1831, this wonderful pumpkin was traded from the Iroquois, but may actually have been a Chilean pumpkin that made its way into the US. Vines are 6-8 ft. The 10-20 lb. ...
$5.00PUMPKIN, Casper – Cucurbito maxima FULL SUN Casper is a 10-20 lb. pure white pumpkin with bright orange, flavorful flesh. This pumpkin exhibits less ‘blueing’ than other white pumpkins. A good Halloween ornamental. Plant in late spring after danger of frost ...
$3.75PUMPKIN, Cushaw Green Striped – Cucurbito argyrosperma FULL SUN Introduced in the 1820s, this 10-12 lb., pear-shaped with a crookneck pumpkin has creamy white skin with green mottled stripes and pale yellow flesh. Flesh is medium coarse with sweet distinctive flavor. ...
$5.00PUMPKIN, Dill's Atlantic Giant – Cucurbito maxima FULL SUN Introduced in 1978 by Howard Dill of Windsor, Nova Scotia, these pumpkins average 90 lb. but have been known to reach 1000 lb. and more. Dill’s is descended from Jaune Gros de ...
$3.75PUMPKIN, Small Sugar (aka Pie) – Cucurbito pepo FULL SUN Introduced before 1860, this pumpkin is so good that even today it is the leading pie making pumpkin for the home gardener. The 508 lb. fruit is dull orange, but there is ...
$5.00PUMPKIN, Wee Be Little (Jack Be Little) – Cucurbito pepo FULL SUN Introduced in the 1990s, this little pumpkin is purely ornamental. The 9 oz. fruit are roughly 2 ½ by 3 ½ in. and can be trellised. They are borne ...
$5.00PUMPKIN, Rouge Vif D’Etampes (Cinderella) – Cucurbito maxima FULL SUN Popular since the early 1800s in France, Burpee introduced this pumpkin in the US in 1883. This is the pumpkin that Cinderella’s fairy godmother turned into a coach. The 20-30 lb. ...
$5.00PUMPKIN, Pennsylvania Dutch Crookneck – Cucurbito moschata FULL SUN AKA the ‘Neck’ pumpkin, this wonderful pie making pumpkin treasured by the Amish in Pennsylvania is probably Canada Crookneck introduced in 1834. The 5-8 lb. fruit borne on 6-8 ft. vines has ...
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