A large Jack-o-lantern type pumpkin that is a round, with a smooth, slightly ribbed skin and deep yellow to orange coloration. The thick shell contains pulp, large seeds and a nice stem.
A 4-9″ round pumpkin. This is a favorite for baking due to its sweet meat and low water content.
Ghostly white pumpkins perfect for painting and carving. Lumina are 8-10″ across, weighing 10-12 lbs. with delicious green flesh. Stores well.
Miniature orange pumpkins. Good to eat, as well as decorate for Halloween or as a table decoration for Thanksgiving!
A deep red French baking pumpkin. These pumpkins are denser and therefore are great for cooking.
Fairytale pumpkins have deep ribs, a brownish-mahogany color, a smooth exterior and a sturdy stem. Slightly flattened these pumpkins average eight to twenty-five pounds and have thick, sweet, vibrant orange hued flesh.
Gray/ greenish pumpkins with bright orange flesh. Great for eating.
Colors vary, but are often mottled in shades of orange, green, and white. The squash is used as both a vegetable and as an ornamental gourd.
The flesh of the Blue Hubbard is deep orange. It is dense and starchy and has the nutty, sweet taste of a sweet potato.
A mixed variety of mini gourds perfect for decorating for Halloween and Thanksgiving.
It has a sweet, nutty taste similar to that of a pumpkin. It has yellow skin and orange fleshy pulp. When ripe, it turns increasingly deep orange, and becomes sweeter and richer. It grows on a vine.