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Small Sugar Pumpkin
'Small Sugar' pumpkin, also know as 'New England Pie'
Small Sugar Pumpkin
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Small Sugar or New England Pie
(Cucurbita pepo)
110 days — Outstanding for processing and pumpkin pies. The fruit is six to eight inches in diameter and weighs about six pounds. The flesh is thick and sweet and has been one of our family's canning favorites for years.  Each packet contains two grams, which is approximately 10 seeds.
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Nice little pumpkin
This was another of the new plants I grew in 2013. I started the seeds outdoors in mid May. I planted these in mounds in my corn and winter squash garden. They grew just fine and I ended up with about 17 pumpkins ranging from 2-8 lbs. I processed and froze some of the pumpkins for cooking and used the rest for fall decorating. These are still in cold storage in January and doing just fine. These pumpkins have a good taste and perfect for cooking and they make such cute fall displays. I will be growing more of these this year.
Reviewed by: rosemary kelley from Southern Illinois. on 1/3/2014
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