Johnny's lineup of specialty pumpkins offers uncommon diversity of shape, size, and color. We feature a number of dual-purpose pumpkins and squash that are ornamental as well as edible. Our edible selections have been carefully evaluated for flavor, texture, and cooking suitability. Choose from hybrids, open-pollinated varieties, and many heirloom pumpkins. Use our Specialty Pumpkin Comparison Chart to review days to maturity, weight range, edibility, spacing, vine length, and other variety-specific features.
Improved flat white hybrid.
New! Improved flat white hybrid.
A different take on the small jack.
New! A different take on the small jack.
French pumpkin with vivid color for adding vibrancy to fall displays.
The bright scarlet French pumpkin.
Mini pumpkin carefully selected for productivity, shape, and color.
Selected for productivity, shape and color.
Market mainstay in Southern France, where it is sold as cut wedges.
Southern France mainstay.
Disease-resistant mini ornamental featuring uniform, high yields.
Disease-resistant mini ornamental.
Doubles as a wild, yet subdued ornamental and a culinary specialty.
Blistered skin and great for pasta-making.
High yields of flashy fruit, exceptionally uniform in shape and size.
Uniform, colorful, and high yielding.
Spectacular warting makes this the star of the fall-lineup freak show.
Freaky, orange, and warted.
Pink pumpkin with powdery mildew resistance, sweet flesh for cooking.
A pink pumpkin with intermediate resistance to powdery mildew.
Colorful buttercup-shaped fall addition, prominent blossom end button.
Colorful, buttercup-shaped fall display addition.
Sure conversation starter. Pink skin covered with peanut-like blisters.
Blistered skin pattern resembles peanut shells.
Uniform, colorful, flattened-shape minis, great for tabletop displays.
Uniform and flashy mini pumpkin.
This endearing pumpkin is remarkably miniature and perfectly paintable.
Tiny, round pumpkin.
Differentiate your display with an eye-catching, true-yellow pumpkin.
Attract attention with this true-yellow pumpkin.