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.