(Cucurbita pepo) Baby pumpkin produced on small, vigorous vines. Deep orange fruit is ribbed & flattened; 5cm high x 10cm wide. May be cooked whole, used for craft or as a table decoration. Stores for up to 12 months. 85-110 days. 18 seeds
By: Lorelle Dunn on 2 August 2016
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