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Jack Be Little Pumpkin
'Jack Be Little' pumpkin.
Jack Be Little Pumpkin
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Jack Be Little
Cucurbita pepo

95 days — 'Jack Be Little', also known as 'Jack B Little', 'Jack-B-Little', and 'Little Sweetie', produces fruits that are small enough to fit in your hand, weigh three to four ounces, and are generally two inches high and three inches in diameter. Each vine typically produces six to eight fruits each. It is a true open-pollinated, miniature pumpkin (thanks to the work of Larry Hollar!), and not a gourd like other miniature "pumpkins" on the ornamental market.

The vigorous vines are easy to grow, prolific, and if carefully cured, the fruits can last up to twelve months. Although they are primarily marketed for fall decorations and popular at farm and produce stands, they probably are closely related to acorn squashes and good for soups, stuffed, or simply baked and eaten with a little butter, brown sugar or maple syrup.

Introduced by Hollar Seed company of Rocky Ford, Colorado in 1987. Each packet contains two grams, which is approximately 15 seeds.
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Glad I bought these!
These plants have grown quickly with not much care. There are many perfect little pumpkins hanging all over the trellis I have the plant growing on. A perfect pick for a small garden if you just want some fall deco!
Reviewed by: Joe DeMeo from Valparaiso, IN. on 8/16/2014
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