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95 days. This unique French heirloom pumpkin is surprising with its productivity and beauty. Fruits are flattened and actually concave on top, average 15 inches across and only 6 inches high, weighing up to 25 pounds. The skin color is brilliant reddish-orange, the flavor is great for pies or any winter squash recipe. Plants are vigorous with 15 foot vines. It is common for the leaves to wilt in the heat of the day only to revive at night.
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 55 days. One of the most popular varieties! Ornamental and edible! 4-5’H, very productive open formed plants produce 7-9” meaty, tapered, ridged medium dark green pods with a full-bodied flavor. Harvest at about 3” L for best flavor. Extra hardy and vigorous! Excellent fried, steamed or in gumbos, soups and stews. FM, HG, P
Recommended for greenhouse use, but excellent in open field too.The fruit (7 oz.) is round to oblong, very firm and crack resistant. Excellent flavor and great size uniformity. Indeterminate type. Mid-late maturity. Needs staking and some pruning.
Perennial. You'll love these. Bear large fairy-like flowers in color tones of white, pink, violet and blue. Bloom high above the fern-like foliage, about 25 in. tall. Do well in sun or shade. Sow direct outside May through July for bloom the following spring. Transplants started in winter may bloom first season.
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 65 days. 12-24”H bushes produce tender, stringless (when young), round, fleshy 8”L pods with excellent flavor. Heavy yields over an extended period. Reddish purple seeds. USES: Canning, Freezing, Fresh Markets, Home Gardens. (BCMV)
100 days. This is one of the most popular pumpkin varieties in the United States. It is uniform in size, weighs from 20 to 25 pounds. Flattened at the ends with a rind that is hard, smooth, more or less ribbed and deep orange in color. The flesh is coarse, dry and sweet, orange yellow and
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 45-50 days. Early, high yielding & flavorful. 12-24”H bushes produce tender, stringless 6-7”L pods. Does well in cool or warm, humid climates. Heat tolerant. USES: Canning, Freezing, Fresh Markets, Home Gardens. (BCMV- NY15, PM)
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 70 days. Old fashioned early favorite! Short season variety. Uniform, solid, 6-8” round heads. 3-4 ½ lbs. Crisp and tender. Good keeper. Perfect for small gardens. Great for salads, slaws and sauerkraut! FM, HG
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 35-40 days. ANNUAL. Superb quality! Long Standing. 7-8”H plants produce bushy, feathery round leaves with central flower stalk. Extra slow bolting. Great for hot climates. All parts of the plant are EDIBLE. Fully dried seeds (coriander) used commercially in candy, sauces soups and curries. Cilantro is actually the leaves of the plant. Traditionally chopped leaves used in salsas, curries and chutneys. One of the BEST beneficial insect attractors! **Plant near anise; Avoid beans, tomatoes and fennel.
Annual. So easy to grow, they seem to thrive on neglect. Sow outdoors in sunny location for an abundance of flowers all summer and fall. Good cut-flower, easy to arrange. Plants grow about 48 in. tall. A virtual artist's plate of colors, the 4 in. single flowers have yellow centers with dark pink, light pink and variegated petals. 1 Packet.
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