Pumpkins

Pumpkins are a subset of Winter Squash.

Please refer to Pumpkin Cultural Notes for growing information.
The species is given for each variety. See our Species Guide.

Packet: 2-6g (approximately 20-50 seeds, average 31 seeds).




Product Image Item Name+ Price
Big Max Pumpkin 6 g

Big Max Pumpkin 6 g

(C. maxima) 115 days. Extra large pumpkin often grown for county fairs and Halloween. Weighs up to 100 lbs. or more when well grown. Bright orange fruits with orange flesh good for pies. Pkt.
$2.75

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Connecticut Field Pumpkin 28 g

Connecticut Field Pumpkin 28 g

(Big Tom, Yankee Cow Pumpkin) (C. pepo) 110 days. [Pre-1700 cultivar of Native American origin.] Still the most popular variety of large Halloween pumpkins. 15-20 lbs fruits are bright orange, slightly ribbed, and vary in shape and size. Good for canning, baking, and pies. (28 g)
$8.50

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Connecticut Field Pumpkin 4 g

Connecticut Field Pumpkin 4 g

(Big Tom, Yankee Cow Pumpkin) (C. pepo) 110 days. [Pre-1700 cultivar of Native American origin.] Still the most popular variety of large Halloween pumpkins. 15-20 lbs fruits are bright orange, slightly ribbed, and vary in shape and size. Good for canning, baking, and pies. Pkt.
$2.75

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Old Fashioned Tennessee Vining Pumpkin Pumpkin 3 g

Old Fashioned Tennessee Vining Pumpkin Pumpkin 3 g

(C. moschata) [Introduced 1988 by SESE.] Oval-shaped pumpkin, 12-15 lbs., skin ripens to tan. Deep orange flesh. Thinner shell makes this the easiest moschata-type pumpkin to carve for Halloween. Vines are resistant to squash vine borer. Pkt.
$2.75

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Rouge Vif d'Etampes (Cinderella) Pumpkin 4 g

Rouge Vif d'Etampes (Cinderella) Pumpkin 4 g

(C. maxima) 120 days. [First available in the US in 1883. “Rouge Vif” is French for “deep red.”] Beautiful, rich orange pumpkin with deep ribs and a flattened shape. Good for pies. 12-35 lb fruits. Pkt.
$2.75

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Seminole Pumpkin 28 g

Seminole Pumpkin 28 g

(C. moschata) 95 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...
$8.50

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Seminole Pumpkin 3 g

Seminole Pumpkin 3 g

(C. moschata) 95 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...
$2.75

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Seminole, Larger Fruited Pumpkin 3 g

Seminole, Larger Fruited Pumpkin 3 g

(C. moschata) 95 days. [Strain selected by NC grower Dan Zipple.] An interesting strain of Seminole, with fruits up to 8-9 lbs., along with Seminole’s usual vigor. Alabama grower Tim Fields measured a vine up to 36 ft. long! Pkt.
$2.75

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Small Sugar Pumpkin 28 g

Small Sugar Pumpkin 28 g

(New England Pie, Sugar Pumpkin) (C. pepo) 100 days. [Pre-1860] A traditional favorite of home gardeners. Sweet dry flesh is high in solids and low in stringiness. Round orange fruits weigh 6-8 lbs. (28 g)
$5.50

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Small Sugar Pumpkin 4 g

Small Sugar Pumpkin 4 g

(New England Pie, Sugar Pumpkin) (C. pepo) 100 days. [Pre-1860] A traditional favorite of home gardeners. Sweet dry flesh is high in solids and low in stringiness. Round orange fruits weigh 6-8 lbs. Pkt.
$2.35

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Tan Cheese Pumpkin 28 g

Tan Cheese Pumpkin 28 g

(C. moschata) 110 days. [Pre-1824, one of the oldest varieties cultivated.] Cheese pumpkins are hardy, productive, and superior to most field pumpkins. Smooth, tan skin, moderately deep ribs, and deep orange sweet flesh. Good keepers. 8 in. high fruits weigh 6-12 lbs. (28 g)
$8.50

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Tan Cheese Pumpkin 4 g

Tan Cheese Pumpkin 4 g

(C. moschata) 110 days. [Pre-1824, one of the oldest varieties cultivated.] Cheese pumpkins are hardy, productive, and superior to most field pumpkins. Smooth, tan skin, moderately deep ribs, and deep orange sweet flesh. Good keepers. 8 in. high fruits weigh 6-12 lbs. Pkt.
$2.75

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Winter Luxury Pie PUMPKIN 28 g

Winter Luxury Pie PUMPKIN 28 g

(C. pepo) 100 days. [1893, improved and popularized by Gill Brothers Seeds by 1917.] Deep orange and slightly netted with sweet, tender flesh. Fruits are 6-1/2 in. tall, 8 in. wide, average 6-1/2 lbs. In The Compleat Squash, author Amy Goldman says, "Winter Luxury Pie makes the...
$8.50

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Winter Luxury Pie Pumpkin 4 g

Winter Luxury Pie Pumpkin 4 g

(C. pepo) 100 days. [1893, improved and popularized by Gill Brothers Seeds by 1917.] Deep orange and slightly netted with sweet, tender flesh. Fruits are 6½ in. tall, 8 in. wide, average 6½ lbs. In The Compleat Squash, author Amy Goldman says, “Winter Luxury Pie makes the...
$2.95

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