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PUMPKIN & WINTER SQUASH

VEGETABLE SEEDS

Pumpkin and Winter Squash are both long keeping cucurbits that are locally referred to as Pumpkins. There is no difference in culture or use. Constant watering and heavy feeding are required for good crops. Sow October to December (cold): September to January (temp): July to March (trop). Sow into warm soil, in groups of 3 or 4 seeds, with 1 to 1.5 metres between clumps. Thin to the strongest. 5-14 s/g

PUMPKIN AND WINTER SQUASH

pumpkinwinter-squash-collection

2061: Pumpkin/Winter Squash Collection

Six seeds each of five varieties, separately packed. Included are Golden Nugget, Waltham Butternut, Jarrahdale, Red Hubbard and Queensland Blue.

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special-assorted-pumpkins

1857: Special Assorted Pumpkins

A surprise packet of all our best Pumpkins and Winter Squash to give a little interest to the garden.

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PUMPKIN - BUSH TYPES:

bush-table-queen

1823: Bush Table Queen

Small dark green ribbed “Acorn” fruit on a small space saving plant. Keeps well.

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golden-nugget

1836: Golden Nugget

Delicious good keeping orange fruit the size of a grapefruit. Bush sometimes produces short runners. Prolific.

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MEDIUM SIZED VINES:

baby-blue

1831: Baby Blue

Fruit rounded with dry deep orange flesh. Skin blue/grey and around 15 cm. across. Keeps well. Packets only.

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butternut-waltham

1826: Butternut Waltham

A high quality Butternut strain. Smaller than Hercules. Ideal for both gardener and the Commercial grower.

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ebisu-delica-hybrid

1837: Ebisu Delica Hybrid

Small mottled green fruit (around 2 kg.) with very dry deep orange flesh. Highly regarded by the Japanese, this cultivar is absolutely number 1 for taste.

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jap

1856: Jap

Exceptionally dry and fine flavoured. Soft skinned, this mottled yellow and green medium size pumpkin is rapidly gaining popularity. Not suited to cool areas. Sometimes called Kent.

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sunset-qhi

1839: Sunset QHI (new!)

(C. moschata). This uniform large Butternut is high yielding and has an attractive cream skin and deep orange flesh. The seed cavity is small. Plants have some virus resistance. Australian developed.

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LARGE VINE TYPES:

blue-hubbard

1859: Blue Hubbard

A blue/grey skinn4ed Hubbard. Solid fruit with dry orange flesh weigh up to 9 kg. Keeps well.

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jarrahdale-wa-grey

1849: Jarrahdale (W.A. Grey)

Excellent storing, handling and eating cultivar with grey skin and deep orange flesh. Good market cultivar with good sized fruit.

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potkin-hybrid

1852: Potkin Hybrid

Beautiful tasty fruit can be eaten immature when it tastes like a mixture of potato and pumpkin, or when mature as normal. Excellent keeper with hard dark green skin. Must be sown with another cultivar to ensure good fruit set.

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queensland-blue

1841: Queensland Blue

Popular and highly regarded, this cultivar has maintained its popularity for over 100 years. Our strain has excellent flavour and storage features.

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red-hubbard

1825: Red Hubbard

Small (20 cm) rounded bright red/orange fruit with excellent taste and keeping qualities. Packets only.

Sorry, this product is sold out for 2020.

sweet-grey-hybrid

1832: Sweet Grey Hybrid

Medium sized fruit (30 to 40 cm.), on vigorous vines. Skin light grey with deep orange flesh. Prolific, tasty and reliable.

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