$2.75

(C. moschata) 105 days. [Cultivated in Florida by the Native Americans in the 1500s.] Keeps up to 1 year at room temperature! Small fruits are sweeter than Butternut and have firm, deep-orange flesh. Large vines bear bell-shaped buff-colored fruits averaging 6 in. in diameter. Resistant to vine borers. Excellent downy mildew resistance; a good choice for hot, humid, disease-prone areas. Give it ample water and room to roam. Also good as a summer squash when picked young. Pkt.
  • Item # 53604

Pumpkins

Cucurbita sp. The species is indicated at the beginning of each variety description. See our Species Guide.
Please refer to ourSquash Growing Guide for cultural information. Pumpkins are a subset of Winter Squash.
Packet: 2-6 g (approximately 20-50 seeds, average 31 seeds).