If you want to win the giant pumpkin contest in your town, this is the variety for you. Punpkins weighing more than 100 pounds are common, and we've heard reports of 800 pounders! Pinkish orange flesh. 70 or more square feet per plant. Limit each vine to 1 fruit and you could get a 400 pounder.Price From: $3.85
Excellent choice for home gardener or market gardener. High yields of 20-25 lb pumpkins that are smooth skinned, tall in shape and easy to carve. Hard, rich orange rind. Good keeper.
Black RotPrice From: $3.85
Our favorite minature pumpkin. Each pumpkin weighs only ¼ lb. Nice ribbed orange flesh. They are edible, but work best as a fall decoration. Vine type plant. Cure it on the vine and store it for up to a year, or cure like a gourd.Price From: $2.95
Smooth, medium orange skin with shallow ribs. 10-18 lbs with medium thick, sweet and fine grained pale orange flesh. Good cooking and carving quality. Stores well and holds its quality.Price From: $2.75
No more green pumpkins! This is a great carving pumpkin that turns orange in a short season. This variety, bred by John Navazio, has been selected for early maturity in cool northern summers. Its thick flesh is great for making pies. Round Jack-o-Lantern shape ranges from 8-15 lbs.Price From: $2.75
Very popular pumpkin for general use. Perfect for pies or canning. Fruits are 6-8 pounds with thick sweet stringless flesh. Good keeper.$26.00
Very popular pumpkin for general use. Perfect for pies or canning. Fruits are 6-8 pounds with thick sweet stringless flesh. Good keeper.Price From: $11.50