Pumpkin

Pumpkins are a warm weather crop and like a lot of heat. Because of their popularity the variety testing program at Denali Seed Company and the University of Alaska has tested and selected varieties that produce mature fruits outdoors in the warmer areas of the state and in some cooler areas with soil warming techniques.

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Seed is sold by weight and all seed counts are approximate.

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Pumpkin, Connecticut Field Pumpkin: Connecticut Field #103

4 g (Approx. 25 to 30 seeds)
An open pollinated heirloom variety domesticated by the Indians before the pilgrims arrived in North America. Noted for dependable yields with a history that predates 1700. The hefty orange...

$1.79
Pumpkin, Small Sugar Pumpkin: Small Sugar #93

3g (Approx. 28 to 32 seeds)

An open pollinated heirloom pumpkin, a smaller and earlier cousin to Connecticut Field and first offered by Burpee Seed in 1887. The earliest maturing pumpkin in Alaska but still...

$1.79
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