Capable of extra large classic shaped fruit.
Raised from elite stock seed.
Durable scratch resistant skin.
Firm thick flesh.
Thick flesh & flat bottom enable fruit to stand on its own & not collapse under its own weight.
Medium deep ribbing.
Thick embedded handle.
Vigorous vines support several fruits.
White flesh & rind is a breakthrough in appearance in the novelty pumpkin.
Uniform 16” diameter.
Firm flesh holds for weeks but fades to ivory over time.
Early, mostly tall face-shaped fruit.
Imposing brow and wide flat base make it a premium carving variety.
Earliness means more chances to make the sowing window for Halloween mkts.
Full, strong vine supports growth of sizeable fruit.
Earliness provides greater chance to make sowing window for Halloween.
Ribbing light to medium.
Broad, stable base and thick dark handle.
Full, heavy vine supports large fruit development.
Unique great white pumpkin. Can weight up to 50 lbs. with rich culture.
Pale yellow flesh is good for eating.
Vine spreads 4-5’ with average of 2-4 fruit. Jack-o-Lanterns, Culinary, Decoration. Southeast, Great Lakes.
Very uniform with distinct but smooth sutures for a refined look.
Dark green, sturdy handles. Reduced vine habit for potential high yield.
Deeply wrinkled & ribbed. Rugged deep green embedded handles.
Very strong vines
OP. Classic Halloween pumpkin shape with tall brow and broad, stable base.
Deeply ribbed. Substantial green handles.
Fresh mkt, Roadside, Halloween, Shipping.
Premium quality fruit fitting the spot of the old ProGold 150.
Superb strongly attached handle. Vine is medium sized.
Potential for high yield, 1-2 fruit per plant, sometimes 3 under favorable conditions.
Trials in CO, IN, CA and NY report higher level of PM than found in previous genetics.
Slight to medium ribbing.
Firmly attached handles.
Restricted vines show high yield potential.
Selected strain of an old classic. Attractive fruit.
So ugly you have to love it. Skin is dimpled, light orange flecked with pale splotches.
Ribs are wide spaced and deep.
Long, light green handle with white stripes.
Large, vigorous trailing vines.
Very cool. A high performing hybrid, crossed on a rare heirloom type.
Light reddish-orange skin splashed all over with white speckles.
Handle is also bicolored, green with broad white stripes.
Flesh is thick bright yellow.
Big vine with potential for strong yields.
Edible Squash, Novelty Color Carver.
Slightly ribbed with very strong handle attachment.
Semi-bush habit and strong disease package improve chances for plenty of pumpkins.
Improved to minimize bluing under stress, which affects some white pumpkins.
Thick orange interior.
Distinct tan, corky handles.
Good for eating.
OP. Size & shape vary from globe to flat globe.
Harvest slightly immature for better white color.
Flesh is bright orange.
Ideal for painting, carving, decorating.
Stress will cause a blue tinge to the skin.
Earliest of the PMR series.
Earliness allows for later sowing toward the Halloween mkt window and/or better insurance against bad weather at end of season.
Nice ribbing and strong, dark green handles. Vigorous
Early maturity enhances flexibility at planting and super harvest window.
First multiple disease package in medium size pumpkin.
Wonderful new novelty Jack-o-Lantern. Rind develops deep ebony green, near black.
turns all orange.
Resistance in test.
Can be sold at dark, speckled, orange stages.
Handle stays black.
Excellent storage capabilities, very tough rind.
Interior flesh is bright orange and provides striking contrast whether hollowed and carved or surface-carved.
Color gradually speckles and eventually
Fruits begin to show attractive golden-orange rind color while small.
Vigorous vines bear 3-5 fruits.
Firm, meaty flesh for carving, cooking.
Fresh Mkt, U-Pick.
Consistent, square shouldered shape great for carving.
Dark green durable handles are good for carrying.
Vigorous vines up to 15’.
Handle is emerald black.
Semi-bush plant, can achieve high density and average two grade A’s per plant.
Fruit maturity can occur well before disease damage, tending to avoid BLS, fruit rot or weak stem.
Tall face for its size makes it unique in its class.
Uniform size & color.
Restricted vine length allows for closer spacing.
Jack-o-Lantern, Cornucopia, Pie.
Small, early pumpkin with uniform size & color.
Nice handle in proportional to fruit size.
Large, vigorous vine.
First hybrid Cinderella pumpkin. Magical, luminous reddish-orange with higher yield than OP varieties, up to 5-7 per plant.
Tested well across many areas of the US. Sweet, nutty, yellow flesh.
Cornucopia, Jack-o-Lantern, Culinary.
Southeast, Great Lakes, Mountain/Southwest.
Pear shaped with crook neck.
Hard, thin smooth rind marked with golden orange stripes over creamy white background.
Golden flesh is excellent for baking.
Fresh Mkt, Cornucopia, Ornamental Gourd.
Bright peach yellow tinted version of Vif d’Etampes type.
Huge flattened fruits with sweet, light yellow flesh, a popular ingredient in Parisian soups.
Very bright & showy for novelty sales.
Improved early strain of French heirloom type.
Extremely deep ribs.
Grey rind & deep orange flesh.
Very good flavor.
Fruit shape slightly flattened & smoothly ribbed.
Outstanding storage potential.
Dual use: hulless seed for roasting and decorative golden, green streaked rind for cornucopia.
Edible flesh is pale yellow.
Trials reported yield average of 5-6 fruits per plant on vines spreading 4-5 ft.
Edible Seed, Cornucopia, Decoration.
Eerie appearance, heavily encrusted with warts.
Attracts a lot of attention.
Hard, durable warts resist damage in handling.
Warts start green and mature to orange or tan.
In some conditions, warts may stay green longer than the rest of the pumpkin.
1-3 fruit per plant, sometimes 4 under favorable conditions.
Matures to intense bright yellow.
Children have been seen making a beeline to this pumpkin, attracted by the cheerful color.
Deep green handle. Semi-bush habit.
Fresh Mkt, Cornucopia, Roadside, Shipping, Home Garden.
A rough ribbed wrinkly skin for eye appeal at market.
Strong, deep green handle.
Fresh Mkt, Small Jack-o-Lantern, Cornucopia, Pie.
Totally warty, squatty fruit.
Very cool novelty pumpkin.
Vigorous full vine.
May contain 3% longer off-types.
Smooth pure white fruit with contrasting deep green handles.
Vigorous vines with potential for 10 or more fruits under favorable conditions.
Pretty pumpkin with moderate ribbing.
Long, deeply embedded handle. Semi bush habit.
Improved Touch of Autumn type when needed.
Carving, Painting, Pie, Cornucopia.
Irresistible baby pumpkins, sized for children’s hands.
Vining plants produce 8-10 fruits.
Good for pack sales.
Fresh Mkt, Carving, Painting, Pie.
Small round sugar pie pumpkin. Excellent for cooking, crafts or carving.
Beautiful for cornucopia as mini white pumpkin.
Edible sweet golden flesh comparable to acorn squash.
Semi bush habit.
A true pumpkin but scaled down to miniature size.
Matures from yellow to deep orange.
Fresh mkt, U-Pick.
Mini pumpkin with PM tolerance.
Cute & very productive.
Small seeded, about 300-400 per oz.
Hybrid Baby Boo type.
High percentage of white, deeply ribbed fruit with great eating quality.
Vine covers well against sunburn.
Grow with Hooligan & Jack Be Little for fall ornamental mixture.
Unique bicolored orange and white mottled.
Vigorous vine covers well against sunburn.
Novelty for fall ornamental mixture.
Popular mini pumpkin much in demand.
Excellent keeper after curing.
Prolific plants, 8-10 fruit per large vine.
Fresh Mkt, Ornamental, U-Pick.
Multicolored orange, black and bicolored.
The black sectors recede with maturity, creating a scalloped black-on-orange pattern like bat wings on the moon.
Turns solid orange at full maturity.
For strongest color show, plant late & harvest young
Aptly named, hand-sized pumpkin covered in warts and bumps.
Embedded handle for easy carrying.
Bush habit allows close spacing and works well in gardens.
Warts may disappear in stressed growing condition.
Fresh Mkt, Cornucopia, Roadside, Shipping, Home Garden.
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