AUSTRALIAN BUTTER (Pumpkin) (LSP)

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(Cucurbita maxima)  Australian heirloom.  Large, yellow fruit with thick, dry, orange flesh & small seed cavity.  Weighs up to 6kg.  Stores well.  90-100 days.  12 seeds

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SKU Pumpkin05061
Shipping Weight 0.0010kg

Rich & buttery

By: on 28 September 2014
Just bought more seeds. Grows beautifully &produces well.Sold at market & tasted cheesecake made with Australian Butter. It is our all round favourite pumpkin. It is also a good storer
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