Mini Pumpkins (Jack Be Little Variety):
Jack Be Little’s are tiny, attractive pumpkins that have perky, strong stems. They are a good specialty item for decorations.
Pumpkins (Hannibal Variety):
This variety ranks VERY high amongst the best for Jack-O-Lanterns! Very attractive, dark orange color with embedded thick, dark stems. Exceptionally uniform in size & shape.
This is a wonderful mixture of Gourds with shapes like spoons, pears and rounds. Some have warts and some have wings. A favorite among consumers!
White Pumpkins (Moonshine Variety):
Strong, dark, embedded handles along with uniformity, shape, and striking white color elevate “Moonshine” as the superior white pumpkin variety. Shelter these pumpkins from sunlight to prevent yellowing.
These unique colorful varieties of Harvest Corn are a popular Fall favorite among consumers. Used to hang on the front door of your home or in a bowl used as a table centerpiece, these are sure to put you in a “Fall Harvest” mood!
These decorative “Corn Shocks” can be tied to trees, light poles or just stood up in the yard. They are a must for any serious Fall decorator!
Autumn Couleur Pumpkins varieties include but are not limited to:
Cinderella - Shaped like Cinderella’s fairy tale coach. It has a very thick, sweet flesh for cooking. It also has a unique shape for carving and decorations.
Cushaw - Cushaws are a large squash variety. They are bulb shaped with a yellow flesh. They’re good for baking, making pies or even Fall decorating.
Fairy Tale – The Fairy Tale has a very unique orange-brown skin with deep sutures and orange flesh. It is a Coach-like shaped ornamental pumpkin.
Galeuse D’Eysines (Peanut) – This spectacular squash is pink with beige bumps, that resemble peanuts, covering its surface making this pumpkin-like squash truly unique!
Long Island Cheese – Long Island Cheese is a tan colored, attractive, flattened heirloom variety that is great for decorations, and the sweet orange flesh is also very favorable for pie.
One Too Many – A totally unique novelty pumpkin! The fruit skin has “veins” that crawl across a white background. When you see this pumpkin, you’ll swear you’ve had “one too many”!
Red Warty Thing – A variety from the U.S. Seed Bank with an appearance that is well suited as an unusual addition for the decorative market. Good eating Hubbard type flesh with a very hard, thick, warty rind.