Heirloom Edibles
Heirloom Edibles
Heirloom Edibles
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Market mainstay in Southern France, where it is sold as cut wedges.
Southern France mainstay.
125 Days
The classic New England pumpkin traditionally used for pies.
The classic New England pie pumpkin.
105 Days
French pumpkin with vivid color for adding vibrancy to fall displays.
The bright scarlet French pumpkin.
115 Days
Doubles as a wild, yet subdued ornamental and a culinary specialty.
Blistered skin and great for pasta-making.
100 Days
Curious heirloom with fantastic flavor roasted, stuffed, or in pies.
Curious heirloom with fantastic flavor.
100 Days
Sure conversation starter. Pink skin covered with peanut-like blisters.
Blistered skin pattern resembles peanut shells.
95 Days
Triangular, blue-skinned fruit adds new dimension to ornamental sales.
Add a new dimension to fall ornamental sales.
105 Days
The whitest pumpkin we offer, with smooth skin and pie-worthy flesh.
Snow-white skin.
110 Days
Long Island Cheese Specialty Pumpkins
Beautiful Long Island heirloom suited for pies and long storage.
Long Island heirloom.
108 Days
Blue Hubbard Winter Squash
Big hard-shelled squash; fall tradition at New England roadside stands.
Big hard-shelled squash.
100 Days
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