(Cucurbita maxima) Heirloom dating back to 1798. Large, dark green, knobly fruit with sweet, dark orange flesh. Stores well. 110 days. 25 seeds
HINT: To enhance the size of your pumpkin, cut off the end of the vine just after the fruit. This will ensure that all the energy & nutrients is directed at the developing pumpkin.
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