A delicious orange-skinned pumpkin with thick, creamy-orange flesh. A rare heirloom bred and cultivated by Amish farmers in the mountains of Maryland, USA. An impressive landrace with intrinsic genetic diversity. Some fruits are heart/acorn-shaped. Others tend towards the more traditional round. These traits were also observed by other growers. It produces well outdoors and undercover. The large fruits store well, as long as you can resist roasting thick slices or baking them in a pie.
Average seeds per pack 10