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Cucurbita maxima


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Nature Hills Nursery (1 product)
The Pumpkin Big Max, 'Cucurbita maxima', is a large pumpkin that may reach 100 pounds. Grow the biggest Jack-O-Lantern in the neighborhood and it is good for pies and canning! Big Max is the choice of ""professional pumpkin contestants"" The smooth

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The Pumpkin French Cinderalla, 'Cucurbita maxima', is a beautiful French antique heirloom with vibrant mahogany-orange skin that transformed into a coach for Cinderella. The French Cinderella is also called Rouge Vif D'etampes. The Cinderella is a

Nature Hills Nursery (1 product)
The Pumpkin Lumina, 'Cucurbita maxima', is a ghostly white pumpkin is good for carving, painting or baking! Just the porch lights from other houses make Lumina glow. Lumina is excellent for painting with its very smooth skin. The flavor and texture

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The Squash Winter Burgess Buttercup, 'Cucurbita maxima', is arguably the best tasting and best flavored winter squash. The Burgess Buttercup Squash has very sweet, stringless, and fiberless flesh. Being a winter squash, it will store for several

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The Squash Winter Pink Banana, 'Cucurbita maxima', is an Heirloom introduced in 1893 and common in American Pioneer Gardens. The very smooth velvety skin make it attractive as well as tasty. These 18 to 24 inch long squash are 5 to 7 inches in