(Cucurbita pepo) Heirloom from North Dacota dating back to 1920. Acorn shaped, dark green, striped, flattened fruit 2-3kg & 20cm across, with thin but hard skin, and deep, fibreless, bright orange flesh & sweet flavour. Attractive variety. Stores well. Harvest when the spot touching the ground changes to orange. Large vine. 100-110 days. 30 seeds
HISTORY: Pumpkins are descendants of wild cucurbits first grown in Southern Mexico, Belize and Guatemala. They then spread amongst the native people of Northern & Southern America, gradually making their way into the common marketplace.
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