Connecticut Field Pumpkin
Connecticut Field Pumpkin

Connecticut Field Pumpkin

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Large, 15-20 pound globes that are flattened on the ends. Heirloom.
Connecticut Field
Cucurbita pepo

110 days — Its pumpkins are large, averaging fifteen to twenty pounds, and are globe shaped, flattened on the ends. They are typically twelve inches in height and diameter. The rind is hard but thin and slightly ribbed.

The flesh is sweet, thick and course. Can be planted among your cornfield and used for canning or as stock feed. This Native American heirloom has a history predating 1700. Each packet contains four grams, which is approximately 20 to 24 seeds.
No better choice.
Perfect germ, no pest or disease problems. Be warned: without daily training, they will take over (trust me). Prolific to the point of insanity; largest fruits well over 25 lbs. Harden off and store as well as Boston Marrow. Fruits are classic shape and very uniform within weight category. A keeper if ever there was one.
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