(not ready yet)
A dense cucurbit with green stripes between
deep, wide yellow/orange ridges - very interesting. About 10
inches in diameter.
A 2-4 pound buff
colored pumpkin. A miniature Long Island Cheese.
- (not ready yet) An Asian hybrid of medium size
with light and dark green mottled skin.
- (not ready yet) The 5-8 pound Japanese heirloom is a beautiful dull bronze-orange squash
with deep orange, sweet flesh.
Candy - A beautiful white pumpkin with a traditional pumpkin shape. Great
for decorating and baking.
- A squat 6-8 pound, bright orange pumpkin with a
dainty, dark green stem. Flatso pumkins are about 9-10 inches
diameter, 5-6 inches in height.
Galeux d'Eysines -
OK, this has got to be one of the most unique
varieties of them all.
Either the ugliest, or most beautiful depending upon your point of
view. And, yes, it make wonderful soup!
- The catalog says this Australian squash is good for baking.
We think it tastes awful and only truly love it for its long-lasting
Oriental heritage with rustic, New England charm. This Japanese heirloom is small
and tan with deep ribs. A wonderfully, creamy texture with a
sweet, nutty flavor.
- A medium-sized, warty specimen. (no, not
- Long Island Cheese
- Merrilee Brown of Warren,
Maine says, "I think they are just beautiful sculptures--as are most pumpkins
really. I love to feel them--their deep ridges, their "squattiness"--and
admire their subtle, earthy color--and like to imagine my farming
Long Island and Hudson Valley forefathers growing them and their
wives storing them through the winter and cooking with them."
Marina Di Chioggia
(not ready yet)
A bumpy, blue-green, Italian pumpkin.
Impress your friends with
this knock-out eye-catcher. Great for your gnocchi recipe too.
de Mesa -
flattened, bulbous fruit, similar in shape to the Musque de
Provence. I don't think Martha has featured this one in
Living magazine..... yet.
De Provence - (not ready yet) This French pumpkin has an heirloom, rustic, almost medieval
look. It keeps a long, long time slowly turning from deep
green to a buckskin tan. This is one of my favorite dining
room table pumpkins.
Bear - A 30-40 pound big, white pumpkin.
- An Australian
blue, dense, blocky pumpkin. A real beauty. Makes a great
gift for the cucurbit fancier!
Rouge vif D'Etampes
The highly sought after flat, bright red, 'Cinderella Pumpkin'
native to France. Everyone raves about how good it is for soups and
- A bright white, cantaloupe-sized, super
nice 2-pound pumpkin with a
dark green stem. A great 'wedding pumpkin'. When I get a
chance, I will post a picture!
Kang Kob - (not ready yet) A warty, very squatty shaped green to
chestnut brown pumpkin. Tasty too. A new one for us this year.
(not ready yet)
Also known as 'Shamrock' A very rare,
Australian variety shaped like a 3-leafed clover weighing about 10 pounds with light
sea-green flesh and fine-grained, sweet orange flesh.
- (not ready yet) A native of Mexico,
this one is mottled brown and green with a super long stem. Come and
check it out.
- One of my all-time favorites. This is a long-lasting,
perfect ornamental specimen with a true-pumpkin look. Makes a
great gift. About six inches in diameter. Great seeds
- Baby Boo -
A tiny little white pumpkin
for your display
- A smooth orange ornamental
with a traditional flattened pumpkin shape.
- A bright white, 3
to 4-inch ornamental pumpkin. A little bigger than baby boo.
Really nice little white pumpkin. Great table topper for
- An orange and white mottled, deeply ribbed ornamental that
Little - An itty-bitty orange ribbed specimen, perfect
- A tiny, orange
ornamental. The roundest one of them all.
- A new one for us this year. Come and check it out.
When it's all about the stem, Li'l Orange Mon is the one for
- A superstar little guy sure to please the ornamental pumpkin
- Be different with this yellow-white-green striped ornamental.
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- Big Max - 30-50 pounds; orange
Dill's Atlantic Giant
- 100-600 pounds; light orange
- 50-200 pounds; deep, bright orange
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Huge to small;
Bright, spunky orange to deep, spicy orange
Deeply wrinkled to smooth;
we've got the jack-o-lantern
pumpkin for you!
Our 2012 jack-o-lantern varieties:
- Alladin - 25-35 pounds; tall and big
with a strong stem
- Autumn Gold
- 10 pounds; medium orange
- Bus Stop - 12-15 pounds; medium orange
- Camaro - 20-23 pounds; a relatively
smooth, long, upright pumpkin
- Champion - 30-40 pounds;
- 14-18 pounds; deep orange; nice green handles
- Chucky - 6-12 pounds; nice 'kid-sized' pumpkin
- Dependable - 24-28 pounds; light, bright orange
- Flatso - 6-8 pounds; bright orange;
about 9-10 inches diameter, 5-6 inches in height
- Gladiator - 20-25 pounds; deep orange and very round with
strong, dark green handles
- Gold Fever - 12-13 pounds; dark orange
- Gold Medal - 35-40 pounds; deep orange; great long handle
- Howden Biggie
- 30-50 pounds; one of the largest 'old-fashioned
- Jumpin Jack - 20-40 pounds; a very
large, taller than wide variety with a medium dark gold color
- Long Face -
20-25 pounds; a tall
smooth pumpkin, excellent for carving
- Magic Lantern - 16-24 pounds; fruits
average 12 inches wide and 14 inches high
- Mystic Plus - 7-8 pounds; deep orange, slightly flattened with
- Neon - 7-8 pounds; bright florescent orange
- Old Zebs - 20-30 pounds; florescent orange with deep
sharp ribs and
long wispy handles
- Pro Gold -
40+ pounds; a huge, very
tall jack-o-lantern pumpkin with a thick handle
- Racer - 12-16 pounds; blocky, heavy
with nice green handles
- Super Herc - 30-40 pounds; dark orange
with medium ribs
- Tom Fox
- pounds; very deep
orange with fat green handles
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big green gourds are not ready yet
hard-shell gourds for drying and decorating including Birdhouse
gourds, Martin house gourds, Speckle Swan gourds, Snake gourds, and more...
- dried gourds ready for use are available year-round!
sSee our gourds in Yankee Magazine -