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Pumpkin - Cushaw - Orange Striped

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110 days. Pear shaped with crookneck, 25-30 lb fruit are creamy white with gold/orange stripes, hard thin smooth rind, fine grained sweet golden flesh is excellent for baking or pies, good keeper. PKT (15) $2
Price: $2.00

Pumpkin - Cushaw - White

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95-110 days. White skin with pale yellow background, fruits 15-25 lbs, sweet pale yellow flesh, good for canning and baking pies. This Heirloom may have been commercially available before 1860. PKT (15) $2
Price: $2.00

Pumpkin - Howden

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115 days.  Heirloom pumpkins weigh 10-20 lbs with deep orange fruits.  Round symmetrical fruits make great jack-o’lanterns.  High yielder and good keeper.    PKT (15) $2
Price: $2.00

Pumpkin - Jack O'Lantern

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100 days. Medium-orange with shallow ribs the fruit tend to be 10 inches in diameter and 10-18 pounds. Flesh is sweet, light in color and fine-grained enough for cooking. PKT (25) $2
Price: $2.00

Pumpkin - Mammoth Gold

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110 days. An American Heirloom variety from Kentucky. Plant produces good yields of irregular globe shaped, golden orange 40 to 60 lb pumpkins. Pumpkins have a smooth surface and thick pale orange flesh. Great for carving. PKT (25) $2.  
Price: $2.00

Pumpkin - Neck - Bradshaw Heirloom Collection

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Bradshaw Heirloom Collection Source: Dr. Chris Inhulsen, Montezuma, GA. A buff colored squash with a very long neck. The thick, orange fleshed fruit measures 5" x 24" with a 9" bulb. Sweet, good for pies. The flesh is cooked much like butternut squash. The foliage is green with silvery variegations. PKT (15) $2
Price: $2.00

Pumpkin - Ol Zebs

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110 days. Heirloom pumpkins weigh 20-30 lbs with unique orange skin and a long wispy handle. High yielder and great baker PKT (25) $2
Price: $2.00

Pumpkin - Seminole - Bradshaw Heirloom Collection

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Bradshaw Heirloom Collection Source: J. Nicholson, Anderson, SC. As the name implies, the Seminole Indians of southern Florida perpetuated this pumpkin. Small pumpkins the size of a basketball with a light salmon pink rind develop in late summer and fall. A much smaller inner cavity contains very flat seed. The foliage has interesting silvery variegations. Thick, beige flesh excellent for pies. PKT (10) $2 SOLD OUT
Price: $2.00
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