Cucurbita moschata, C. pepo
FUTTSU BLACK Pumpkin Seeds
(OP) 105 days, Cucurbita moschata
Wonderfully warty, knobby, ribbed and squat, this 2 to 3 pound Japanese heirloom pumpkin has deep orange flesh with a sweet, chestnut – like flavor. Starts out dark green, almost black, and ripens to a warm orange-brown with a grayish powdery bloom. Stores well, has a long, strong stem. Each vine produces 3 to 5 pumpkins.
BABY BOO Pumpkin Seeds
(OP) 90-95 days, Cucurbita pepo
Baby Boo is just perfect for adding cuteness and creativity to your holiday display. These tiny white pumpkins are about the size of a tennis ball, slightly flat and scalloped, with a shapely curved stem. Their tasty edible flesh is most flavorful when the fruit has matured to a creamy yellow; harvest early to keep them white.
HIJINKS HYBRID Pumpkin Seeds
100 days, Cucurbita pepo
Grooved, deep orange, round, 6-7 pound pumpkins on strong stems. Perfect for carving or autumn decoration. Vigorous, productive, disease resistant, easy to grow plants can spread up to 15 feet across. A 2011 All America Selections Winner.
WINDSOR HYBRID PATIO Pumpkin Seeds
85-90 days, Cucurbita pepo
Miniature, deep orange pumpkins reach 4-5 inches across and are arranged on the stems of upright growing 2 foot tall plants. The fruit is great for decorating and makes a wonderful pumpkin pie.
AUTUMN GOLD Pumpkin Seeds
90 days, Cucurbita pepo
The deep glossy orange, perfectly formed 7-10 pound fruits are among the most beautiful of all pumpkins. Widely adapted, 'Autumn Gold' performs well throughout Canada and the U.S.A. AnAll-America Selections Award Winner.
How to Plant PUMPKIN Seeds
Direct sow after all danger of frost 9 inches apart in rows 6-8 feet apart. Thin to 3-4 feet apart. Can be started peat pots or cell packs 3-4 weeks before the last frost.
Comments: Pinch the vine tips once several fruits have formed to control vine size and encourage larger fruit. Fruits are harvested once the vine dies.