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Fortna White Pumpkin - Annapolis Seeds - Nova Scotia Canada
Fortna White Pumpkin
Price: $2.00

(C. mixta) Long leafy vines, which bear huge harvests. Mid-sized pear-shaped fruit, with white skin. The thick yellow flesh isn’t particularly sweet or flavourful on it’s own, but I love to use it for squash soups. Also for ghost white jack-o-lanterns! I find C. mixta plants tend to be hardier and easier to grow than other squash species. A family heirloom, from the Fortna family of Pennsylvania. 20 seeds

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Upperground Sweetpotato Squash - Annapolis Seeds
Upperground Sweetpotato Squash
Price: $2.00

New for 2019 - C. moschata - Huge sprawling vines with oddly shaped and monstrously sized fruit. Bigger specimens are too large to fit my arms around. They ripen from dark green to tan over the coarse of fall storage. The flesh is quite moist; better for soups than for baking. Their prolific nature also makes them popular as animal feed, and they’d make ridiculous jack-o-lanterns! 20 seeds

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Kakai Hulless Pumpkin - Annapolis Seeds
Kakai Pumpkin (Sold out for 2019)
Price: $3.00

(C. pepo) Kakai pumpkins produce hulless seeds, which are dark green, high in oil, and delicious when roasted. The plants are vigorous and produce many beautifully striped green and orange pumpkins. Grown for the seeds; the flesh isn’t of table quality. 20 seeds

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Connecticut Field Pumpkin - Annapolis Seeds
Connecticut Field Pumpkin
Price: $3.00

(C. pepo) An heirloom long grown by northeastern Native Americans, and adopted by early New England colonists. Nowadays grown mostly for jack-o-lanterns, these vigourous and dependable producers have more character and variation than your standard Halloween pumpkin. Fun to grow, and they make a good soup or muffin if the stringy flesh is pureed. 15 seeds

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Long Pie Pumpkin - Annapolis Seeds - Nova Scotia Canada
Long Pie Pumpkin
Price: $3.00

(C. pepo) This remarkable pumpkin is a favourite at Yonder Hill. Resembling an overgrown dark green zucchini when pulled from the field, with an orange spot where the fruit had been resting on the ground. The skin turns a brilliant orange in storage. Excellent keepers through the winter, they are even stackable! The elongated shape means less seed cavity per fruit and more of the incomparably fluffy sweet flesh. An old favourite from Maine. 15 seeds - Limited supply in 2018

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Small Sugar Pumpkin - Annapolis Seeds - Nova Scotia Canada
Small Sugar Pumpkin
Price: $3.00

(C. pepo) These are luscious pie pumpkins, with rich and soft textured flesh for the perfect pie. Half a pumpkin is just the right size for one 9" pie. (Photo credits: Chris Sanford/Yonder Hill Farm) 15 seeds

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Musquee de Provence Pumpkin - Annapolis Seeds - Nova Scotia Canada
Musquee de Provence Pumpkin
Price: $3.00

(C. moschata) A beautiful old French heirloom. The large, deeply ribbed fruit stay mostly green at harvest time, but ripen to tan-orange after a short time in storage. The thick flesh is vibrant orange and very sweet, reminiscent of melon. Amazing pureed in pies and soups. The rampant vines are heavy producers. Can be a bit later to mature than other varieties. 20 seeds

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Crown Pumpkin - Annapolis Seeds - Nova Scotia Canada
Crown Pumpkin
Price: $3.00

New for 2019 - C. maxima - This heirloom variety is the quintessential table pumpkin of New Zealand. Luscious, deep-orange flesh. Sweet, dense and great for all kinds of baking. One of the very best eating pumpkins, with a much finer consistency compared to most North American varieties. Large sprawling vines. I brought this variety back from the collection of the Koanga Institute, after visiting in 2011. 15 seeds

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Winter Luxury Pie Pumpkin - Annapolis Seeds
Winter Luxury Pie Pumpkin
Price: $3.00

New for 2019 - C. pepo - Sweet, smooth and perfect for pies! Or pumpkin bread, pumpkin ice cream and a million other pumpkin recipes. Keeps well, and is a manageable size at 4-6 pounds. Beautiful bumpy skin, they're perfect fall decor before you eat them. 20 seeds

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Long Island Cheese Pumpkin
Long Island Cheese Pumpkin
Price: $3.00

New for 2019 - C. moschata - Flattened, ribbed pumpkins that resemble a wheel of cheese. Smooth fine textured flesh. They keep quite well too. The vines are prolific, and love to sprawl. Heirloom variety from Long Island, NY.

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