Vegetables Pumpkins
Pumpkins
Pumpkins
Native to North America, pumpkins have been a significant fall harvest crop for over 5000 years. Choose from award-winning Johnny's-bred varieties, select open-pollinated heirlooms, and vigorous, disease-resistant hybrids. We offer organic and conventional forms in diverse colors, sizes, and shapes, for carving jack-o'-lanterns, baking pies, seed roasting and oil extraction, as well as traditional fall decorations. Use our convenient charts to compare days to maturity, average weights, edibility, spacing, vine length, and other variety-specific features.
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New
Blaze
Uniform, colorful, and high-yielding.
New! Uniform, colorful, and high-yielding.
95 Days
New
Jill-Be-Little
Disease-resistant mini ornamental.
New! Disease-resistant mini ornamental.
100 Days
New
Early Giant
Early, powdery mildew resistant large jack.
New! Early, powdery mildew resistant large jack.
95 Days
New
Galeux d'Eysines
Blistered skin pattern resembles peanut shells.
New! Blistered skin pattern resembles peanut shells.
95 Days
New
Spark
Uniform and flashy mini pumpkin.
New! Uniform and flashy mini pumpkin.
90 Days
New
Early Giant
Early, powdery mildew resistant large jack.
New! Early, powdery mildew resistant large jack.
95 Days
New
Darling
Unique upright pumpkin ideal for painting.
New! Unique upright pumpkin ideal for painting.
90 Days
The classic New England pie pumpkin.
105 Days
The bright scarlet French pumpkin.
115 Days
The world's record for size-originator's stock.
120 Days
Blistered skin and great for pasta-making.
100 Days
Southern France mainstay.
125 Days
Extra-large white pumpkin.
100 Days
Selected for productivity, shape and color.
77 Days
A robust hybrid with strong handles and beautiful color.
100 Days
A robust hybrid with strong handles and beautiful color.
100 Days
Snow-white skin.
110 Days
Silky texture for a perfect pie.
105 Days
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