You have not viewed any products recently.
Share This Product
100.0% would recommend this item to a friend.
4 out of 4 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Hearty, productive, healthy
What are the cons? None
I bought these on a whim because my daughter lives in Australia and because of their cool color. I planted a couple of seeds around some old rotted hay bales in our horse pasture. I did nothing more. No water, no fertilizer, no weeding. They produced amazingly strong, healthy, productive plants, with up to ten fruit per plant. I have not processed any yet, as they are still curing, but a friend who also grew them said they were very tasty and made great pies. I will be planting them again!.
Would you recommend this product to a friend?
12 out of 12 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Great for market
What are the cons? Long season in cooler area
Grew amazing even in Ontario, Canada! Lovely taste and sell great at the farmers market! Highly recommend!
32 out of 32 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Unique and popular
I was so surprised. Typically customers around here want things that are the traditional colors they have come to expect. I didn't grow very many of these, and the neighbors cows got some. But I managed to bring in a few. When I would pull my truck up to begin setting up my stand, I couldn't even get these off the truck. They sold as quick as I opened the tarp. They were one of the hottest items because people wanted to make pumpkin stacks on their entry area. I had a hard time convincing them to eat them also. Lol! Who would have thought a strange gray-green pumpkin would be the fastest off the shelf. They are so heavy, with small seed cavity and lots of high quality flesh. Growing more this year. :)
16 out of 16 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Most productive pumpkin I grew
What are the cons? none
I planted these a little late here on 8--8-14 but seasons are long so I thought I would be ok. these did wonderfully for me, stood up well to the heat 110 on many days, pollinated my first female on 9-12-14 and harvested that fruit on 10-27-14. In total off of 3 plants I have or will harvest 13 fruit, between 6 and 12 Lbs., have had problems with aphids, and now in Dec. starting powdery mildew, so I am going to pull them soon, but still have a few on vine and they are still blooming.
11 out of 16 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Germinates well
What are the cons? Late flowering
I was really looking forward to this one and the seeds germinated well into plants started inside. Unfortunately an unseasonably cool/wet summer meant that the plants, once outside, got a late start. Looks like we'll only get 2 mature, ripened squash this year. :o( Will try again next year, however, because those 2 are beautiful (and hopefully delicious!)!