(Cucurbita maxima) Australian heirloom. Large, yellow fruit with thick, dry, orange flesh & small seed cavity. Weighs up to 6kg. Stores well. 90-
(Cucurbita moschata) Rare & unusual Japanese heirloom. Highly attractive, small to medium, flattened round fruit with heavy ribbing. Begins black in
(Cucurbita moschata) Heirloom. Large, mottled green/grey pumpkin with thick orange flesh up to 2.5kg produced on sprawling vine. Very high yields.
(Cucurbita moschata) Similar to regular butternut pumpkin but with a much longer neck. Ideal for soups, pies, or roasting. Great for spiralising.
(Cucurbita moschata) Heirloom dating back to 1827. Rare. Creamy, yellow, bottle shaped fruit (similar to 'Waltham Butternut') witha curved neck & sm
(Cucurbita maxima) Early, compact, bush variety, with small flat, roundish shaped fruits. Fibreless flesh & nutty flavour. Heavy producer. Popular var
(Cucurbita moschata) Heirloom. Large, long-necked, cylindrical, trombone shaped, bluish-green fruit to 60cm with pale green striping ripening to ora
(Cucurbita pepo) Baby pumpkin produced on small, vigorous vines. Deep orange fruit is ribbed & flattened; 5cm high x 10cm wide. May be cooked whole,
(Cucurbita maxima) Australian heirloom. Slate blue-gray, heavily ribbed, thin skin with thick, deep orange, dry, stringless flesh; 25-30cm across.
(Cucurbita moschata) Italian heirloom. Also known as 'Rampicante' or 'Climbing Zucchini', or 'Albenga Pumpkin'. When harvested young for use like z
(Cucurbita mixta) Native American heirloom. Round or pear-shaped white fruit with mottled green stripes producing large, tasty ‘silver-edged‘ seeds.
(Cucurbita pepo) Austrian heirloom from the province of Styria. Large, mottled green/gold pumpkin grown for its large, green, hulless seeds (pepitas
(Cucurbita maxima) Australian heirloom. Blue-grey, thick skinned, medium to large pumpkin to 6kg displaying three distinct lobes. Bright orange, ri
(Cucurbita maxima) Australian heirloom. Dark green, almost black skin, slightly ribbed, flattened fruit with slight grey streaking. Beautiful, deep
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