Pumpkins

Pumpkins
Pumpkins are native to North America and were a staple in the Native American diet when the first European settlers arrived and they soon adopted this wonderful food source in their own recipes. Fun and easy to grow - these varieties are excellent in the backyard garden (and then in the kitchen!).

Big Max Giant Pumpkin
(Cucurbito pepo) Big Max pumpkins, given enough water and fertile soil, will reach up to 6 feet around and weigh up to 100 pounds. Excellent for cooking as well! Mounding habit (plants will need 10 by 10 foot space). Full sun (and lots of water). Annual. 10 seeds.
$2.59
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Jack Be Little Pumpkin
(Cucurbito pepo) Jack Be Little pumpkins are easy to grow and produce plenty of tiny (up to 4 inches across) pumpkins perfect for fall decorating. Fun to watch grow! Mounding or climbing habit - will scramble over ground or can be trained to climb. Full sun. Annual. 20 seeds.
$2.59
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Jack O'Lantern Pumpkin
(Cucurbito pepo) Jack O’Lantern produces medium sized (10-15 pound) well formed carving pumpkins – also excellent for pies and other recipes. Will scramble - provide room! Most/full sun. 10 seeds
$2.59
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Sugar Pie Pumpkin
(Cucurbito pepo) Sugar Pie is a New England pie variety dating back to the early 1900s. Medium sized – pumpkins are 6-8 pounds and 10 inches in diameter. 10 seeds.Most/full sun. Will scramble - provide room! 10 seeds
$2.59
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Dill's Atlantic Giant Pumpkin
(Cucurbito pepo) Growing giants has reached new sizes since Howard Dill developed this variety by selecting giants over three decades of breeding. Dill’s giants reach 500 pounds and up to 1500 pounds! Full sun (and lots of water). Annual. 8 seeds.
$2.59
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