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Varieties of Pumpkins- Lots and lots of 'em!
Big pumpkins, small pumpkins, and everything in between pumpkins. There's a wide, wide range of colors, shapes and sizes. Aren't we lucky!?
Here are some varieties of pumpkins you can grow this year, with pride!
Jack-Be-Little - Abbreviated JBL, this little pumpkin fits in the palm of your hand. While it is tiny, it has a HUGE presence for fall decorating
Baby Boo - Cute, miniature, white pumpkins. It will make your Halloween even spookier!
Mini Harvest Blend - If you like miniature pumpkins, you'll love this miniature harvest blend. It includes Hooligan, Gooligan, and Bumpkin. How can you beat that for Fall and Halloween decorating!?
Jaradale - It's a blue pumpkin. Weighing 6 to 10 pounds, the Jaradale is unique and decorative. Use it for baking, mashing and cooking. Jaradales are long keepers.
Wee Be Little - This little pumpkin is just 3 inches in diameter, round and grows to about a pound. Use them for carving or painting. They are tasty, too!
Sweet Sugar Pie - These pumpkins are perfect for baking. Sweet, finer textured pulp. Sugar Pie sets the standard. Pumpkins average 5 to 7 pounds.
Casper - It's ghostly white! And, it's sure to be an attraction in both your pumpkin patch, and in your Fall or Halloween displays.
Fairytale - A unique and popular French "cheese" pumpkin. Deeply lobed shape, and rich, deep, tan color. The flesh is fine-grained, and delicious in your favorite recipe. Long keeper. 15-18 pound average.
Blue Doll - Blue Doll will draw surprised stares, and a second look. Almost square fruit, it is an eye-catching blue color. Grows big, 20 - 30 pounds.
Cinderella - This is a French heirloom variety, and very, very popular. The fruit is reddish-orange, flattened and ribbed. It almost looks like a cheese wheel. Cinderella produces 25 - 35 pound fruit, that is both beautiful and tasty.
Connecticut Field - It's excellent for large Jack O'Lanterns, averaging 15 to 25 pounds. Bright orange, ribbed rind, with deep yellow, coarse flesh. Connecticut Field pumpkins are a home garden favorite.
Harvest Jack - This easy to grow and high yielding variety, averages 25 - 30 pounds. The fruit is dark orange with long handles. It makes great, large Jack O'Lanterns.
Howden - Howden pumpkins are a Halloween favorite. Big, bright orange, and easy to carve. The fruit grows 20 - 30 pounds. The plant can produce 4 - 6 pumpkins.
Jack O'Lantern - Perfect size for Halloween pumpkin carving Averages 8 to 15 pounds. Bright orange, ribbed fruit.
Dill's Atlantic Giant - The Grand Daddy of them all! Looking to grow a pumpkin that weighs a thousand pounds or more? Get Dill's Atlantic giant pumpkin seeds.
Peanut - This truly unique pumpkin is pink with beige bumps, resembling peanuts covering its surface.
Pumpkin on a Stick - A truly fascinating plant. Actually, an eggplant, it is quite novel. Use it to WOW fellow gardeners and passersby. Great for fall craft projects, and floral arrangements.
Red Warty Thing - This lumpy red-orange pumpkin will make your weird and eerie Halloween display stand out. Weighs up to 20 pounds. Use it in a wide range of Fall and Halloween decorating. It's also an excellent eating pumpkin with sweet, stringless flesh.
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