Also known as Cinderella, because it looks like the pumpkin that turned into a carriage in the folk classic written by Charles Perrault. The brilliant scarlet color of this pumpkin is sensational. Deep ribs and flattened shape make it a great ornamental fruit, but it is also edible. The flesh is used in France to make a base for soups. 10 to 20 lb fruit. 15 ft. vines. 100 days.
This medium size pumpkin (10 – 18 lbs) is great for carving and also good for making pie due to sweet, fine grained flesh. Skin is smooth with a medium orange color. 110 days.
Developed by John Howden in the 1970s, this pumpkin is one of the most popular varieties for gardeners. Weighing 20 to 25 lbs, and having a deep orange color, with uniform sizes, it is a classic size and perfect shape for carving. Strong handles. 110 days.
These miniature pumpkins have small yet vigorous vines that produce between 8 and 20 flattened, deeply ribbed fruits, averaging 2 inches tall and 3 to 6 inches in diameter, and weigh 3 to 8 ounces. The attractive orange rind is appealing and edible. Often used for decoration in holidays, the fruit will keep for up to 12 months if cured on the vine. 110 days.
This is the largest pumpkin we sell, with fruits weighing up to 100 pounds or more. Fruit diameters reach 16 to 18 inches, with rough orange-red skin. Flesh is bright yellowish-orange and averages 3-4 inches in thickness. Good for pies or canning, and for contests. 110 – 120 days.
This beautiful bright orange pumpkin has smooth skin with fruit weighing 5 to 8 pounds. Vines do not spread as much as other varieties, requiring less space in the garden. It is easy to grow from seed, and is good for carving, painting, and decorating. The meat is also good for homemade pumpkin pies. All America Winner. 90 days
Fruit are bright orange, measuring 5 by 6 inches, and weighing 3 to 4 pounds. The fine grained flesh makes delicious pies, and the fruit keep for a long time after harvest. A strong stem attachment and small size, provides the perfect pumpkin for younger kids in the pumpkin patch. Early maturity allows you to plant later than other pumpkins. 85 days
This white skinned ornamental pumpkin has thick orange flesh with excellent eating quality. Fruit weigh between 10 and 16 pounds, and are 9 to 12 inches in diameter. Casper has less bluing than other white varieties. The handle is tan with a corky texture. 90 days.
It is not unusual to grow a giant 300 pound pumpkin from this seed, originally selected by Howard Dill of Nova Scotia. It is also the pumpkin seed that broke the 1000 pound record in 1996. And today, the record stands at 2,624 pounds. Direct seed after the last frost in your area. Space 3 to 5 feet apart. 115 to 125 days.
The first hybrid Cinderella type pumpkin is now available. This hybrid produces large reddish orange fruits ranging from 22 to 35 pounds, on vigorous vines. For the princess in your family, try out the Cinderella’s Carriage and allow her dreams to come true. She will likely agree it is all worth it. 100 days.