Cinderella pumpkin is an heirloom variety from France also known as Rouge vif d'Etampes. The Cinderella pumpkin is deeply ridged, exceptionally flattened fruits weigh 25-35 lbs. Pumpkins are born on extremely productive vines if given plenty of manure/mulch. Cinderella's pumpkin has thick walls that are sweet, moist and custard like. Perfect for pies, pumpkin bread or canning. Edible & Beautiful!
The uniqueness of the variety lies in its capacity to produce fruits larger than those produced by any other plant in the world, exceeding 6 feet (1.8 m) in diameter. The heaviest Atlantic Giant on record weighed 2,032 pounds (922 kg) and was grown by Tim Mathison in 2012.
How To Grow
Pumpkin is a hot weather crop. They need full sun and deep, rich, well drained, organic soil with a pH of 5.5 to 6.5. Before planting, work in lots of compost. Sow seed directly ou..
Terrific for decorations and eating. These charming little orange pumpkins are 3-4 inches across, somewhat flattened and ribbed, with small, strong stems. Short 5 foot vines produce 6-12 of these fascinating miniature pumpkins. Maturity 95 days.
How To Grow
Pumpkin is a hot weather crop. They need full sun and deep, rich, well drained, organic soil with a pH of 5.5 to 6.5. Before planting, work in lots of compost. Sow seed directly outdoors in late May through early June ..
Want a new fall novelty? Try Jaradale Pumpkin! Delicate soft blue skin makes this pumpkin unique. Not only is the Jaradale decorative, it is also delicious. Produces 6-10 pound fruits that can be baked, mashed, roasted, broiled or turned into an amazing soup. Maturity 105 Days.
Classic pie pumpkin with dry, stringless flesh and superior thick consistency in pies. Attractive fruits have dark orange skin with light ribbing and well attached handles. Delicious flesh is not quite as sweet as Baby Pam but has better texture. Stores well · 4-6 lb fruit (Cucurbita pepo). Maturity 105 days.
Galeux d'Eysines an elegant old French heirloom has been remamed to Peanut Pumpkin for the American market. This stunning squash has beautiful salmon-peach colored skin covered with peanut shell-like warts caused by sugar in the skin. Traditionally used in France for soups and sauces, when cooked, the sweet, orange flesh is as smooth as velvet. Each flattened squash weighs 10-15 pounds and can store for up to 6 months. Definitely a show stopper in the garden or on th..
Red Warty Thing aka Victor is one of the most stunning squashes around! The big glowing, oblong globes are a glowing, brilliant orange-red and covered with fantastic bumps! This old variety was introduced as Victor by James J.H. Gregory of Marblehead, MA in 1897. It was recently reintroduced as Red Warty Thing. Maturity 110 Days
A delicious eating pumpkin with hard blue-grey skin and rich orange flesh. Superb sweet and nutty flavor! Once part of the Koanga Gardens collection of heritage seeds in New Zealand, Crown was nearly lost before we brought it back into production, improving the strain to better reflect its original characteristics. Stores well • Superb flavor • 6-10 lbs. (Cucurbita maxima). Maturity 100 days.