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  1. Baby Bear Pumpkin

    BABY BEAR PUMPKIN (105 days)

    Rob Johnston of Johnny's Selected Seeds developed this novelty mini-pumpkin which received a 1993 All America Award. It is small with a deep orange color and long, sturdy stem. Weighing less than 2 pounds and averaging 5 inches in diameter, it is instantly appealing to kids of all ages who like to make jack-o-lanterns. The semi-hulless seeds are great for roasting and the flesh, when baked, is moist and flavorful. The vines are shorter than other varieties, but each plant produces 8 to 10 fruits. 15 seeds Learn More
    $1.75

  2. KAKAI HULLESS PUMPKIN (100 days)

    KAKAI HULLESS PUMPKIN (100 days)

    Do you love raw or roasted pumpkin seeds and want to be able to supply your family with more of your own homegrown healthy snacks? Then this "naked" hulless pumpkin is a perfect selection for a small home garden with its semi bush habit and 5-8 pound fruit. The slightly ribbed skin has dark green mottled strips layed over the orange skin. 15 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  3. Wee Be Little Pumpkin

    WEE BE LITTLE PUMPKIN (85 days)

    This miniature true pumpkin produces fruit that are 2 1/2 inches in both width and height. An All America winner, plants are bushy and compact and produce unique ornamental pumpkins. Also has good flavor for eating. Try this: cut off the top, remove the seeds and pulp, fill with pumpkin pie filling, and bake on a cookie sheet at 350 degrees for 25 to 30 minutes. Serve as individual desserts at a harvest party. 15 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  4. Rouge Vif d Etampes Pumpkin

    ROUGE VIF D'ETAMPES PUMPKIN

    HEIRLOOM This unique 1800s French pumpkin, Cinderella to us here in America, is popular with chefs for soup bases because its mild flavor doesn't overpower other ingredients. Fruits are flattened and concave on top, about fifteen inches across and six inches high. The skin color is a brilliant reddish orange, more dramatic than the yellow-orange pumpkins you are used to. The flavor is just great, in pies or any winter squash recipe. Plants are vigorous with 15 foot vines. 10 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  5. Jack Be Little Pumpkin

    JACK BE LITTLE PUMPKIN **sold out**

    You will love these tiny pumpkins! Three to five inches in diameter, flattened, heavily grooved with a bright orange color, and very prolific. Can be grown on a fence to save space. Kids love them and they make great decorations. 15 seeds Learn More

    Regular Price: $1.35

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  6. Orange Smoothie Pumpkin

    ORANGE SMOOTHIE PUMPKIN (F1 hybrid 90 days)

    An All America Selection for 2002. The breeding work was done by Brent Loy at the University of New Hampshire. Test marketing was done at his wife's farm stand where it proved to be a big hit. The perfectly globe shaped fruit are remarkably smooth-- practically no ribbing at all. Semi-determinate vines require little space and produce heavy yields. Weights run 7 to 8 pounds. It is great for carving and with its unique smooth skin is ideal for painting. Orange Smoothie is also great in pies. 15 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  7. NEW MOON PUMPKIN (F1 hybrid 100 days)

    NEW MOON PUMPKIN (F1 hybrid 100 days)

    What is that? A giant snowball or a pumpkin? A distinctive white fleshed pumpkin, it has the ability to become massive, with average sizes of 25-35 pounds, but treat is just right and you could get an 80 pound snowball or larger. Producing a uniform size with long firm handles and smooth skin it is great for carving. 5 treated seeds. Learn More
    $1.95

  8. Small Sugar Pumpkin

    SMALL SUGAR PUMPKIN (95 days heirloom)

    HEIRLOOM pre1860 This is the pie pumpkin, although larger specimens can also be carved for Halloween. The vigorous vine grows well on a trellis or other support, and produces a number of 5 to 8 pound fruits. Eating quality is excellent. 15 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  9. Howden Pumpkin

    HOWDEN PUMPKIN (105 days)

    This heirloom variety developed by John Howden of Massachusetts remains one of the best choices for big jack-o-lanterns. Pumpkins average around 25 pounds and are much more uniform in shape than other Connecticut Field types. The skin is thick and rugged so it will last for a long time but the color is probably the biggest selling point, a deep reddish orange. 15 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  10. Winter Luxury Pie Pumpkin

    WINTER LUXURY PIE PUMPKIN

    It is said to be the best pie pumpkin, ever! The vines produce medium sized, 5-7 pound tangerine orange pumpkins that are blanketed with white netting giving it a pastel appearance. The flesh is silky smooth with just the right amount of sweetness. A must have! if you like to have your own canned pumpkin in the pantry. 15 seeds. Learn More
    $1.75

  11. MUSQUEE DE PROVENCE PUMPKIN

    MUSQUEE DE PROVENCE PUMPKIN

    HEIRLOOM A slightly flattened and deeply lobed pumpkin that is an heirloom from southern France, dating back to the late 1800s. This magnificent variety which is excellent for roasting or stuffing starts out green and turns a rich orange brown. The thick flesh is deep orange and dense with a distinct nutty flavor. Fruits can weigh up to 20 pounds. 10 seeds. Learn More
    $1.65

  12. Dill's Atlantic Giant Pumpkin

    DILLS ATLANTIC GIANT PUMPKIN (125 days)

    It's fall, you're reading the paper and suddenly your eye is drawn to a picture of this giant orange thing about the size of a pickup truck with a guy half its size standing next to it grinning like a lunatic. "Boy, I'd like to grow me one of those," you think. Let's not quibble over whether this is a squash or a pumpkin, if it's going to take up half your backyard it can have a name of its own. The point is, it's big. We sell only the true cultivar developed by Howard Dill of Windsor, Nova Scotia, not someone else's imitation. 8 seeds per pack for this variety. Learn More
    $1.95

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