Pumpkins

Cucurbita pepo / Cucurbita moschata / Cucurbita maxima
Sow pumpkin seed indoors 2-3 weeks before your last frost date or direct seed outdoors once the soil has warmed to 21 degrees Celsius. Sow seeds 2.5 cm deep. Sow 2-3 seeds 30 cm apart and thin to the strongest seedling. Provide plants with lots of compost for strong healthy growth. If cucumber beetles are a problem, cover the young plants with floating row cover until they start to flower then remove cloth so pollination can occur.

Lady Godiva

Price:
$3.50
Packet Size:
30 seeds

This pumpkin is grown for its plump, hulless seeds. Nutritious dark green seeds contain a large variety of minerals and other vital nutrients such as iron, protein and fiber. Easy and productive.

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Marina di Chioggia

Price
$3.50
Packet Size
Approx. 30 Seeds $3.50

Delicious, sweet, dry orange flesh and beautiful grey-green warty skin. These Italian heirloom pumpkins are  used to make soup, gnocchi, lasagna and stuffed ravioli. So tasty.

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New England Pie

Packet Size
Approx. 30 Seeds $3.50
Available Sizes
Package, Bulk A

These little heirloom pumpkins have dense, dry, stringless flesh and are perfect for pies, stuffing, soup or gnocchi.

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Winter Luxury Pie

Price
$3.50
Packet Size
Approx. 30 Seeds

A beautiful little pie pumpkin with white netting over its orange skin and a long twisting handle.

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