Heirloom pumpkin varieties

Heirloom Pumpkins

Starting in October

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We've never met a pumpkin we didn't like, especially if it makes a delicious pie. We offer a variety of heirloom pumpkins for your culinary and decorating needs. Our farm grows a small patch of these traditional pumpkins that are available for u-pick and pre-picked.  Visit our Marketplace Marquee for seasonal produce and pick out your favorite autumn pumpkin. 

 

U-Pick based on crop availability

Our Marketplace Marquee will have Pre-Picked pumpkins available through October

 

Price Based on Size Chart

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New England Pie

This bright orange, 5-8 pound pumpkin is ideal for pies as well as mini jack-o-lanterns. Delicious flavor!

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Connecticut Field Pumpkin

The heirloom pumpkin of the New England settlers and Native Americans, several hundred years old. Golden fruit weighs about 20 lbs each. This is a truly old variety; can be used for pies; the traditional American pumpkin.

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Jarrahdale 

Slate, blue-grey pumpkins of superb quality. Their shape is flat, ribbed, and very decorative; also a good keeper. Popular in Australia, an excellent variety. One of the more tasty varieties for many savory dishes and is excellent for a year-round supply of squash, as these will often keep well over 12 months!

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Musquee de Provence

A beautiful heirloom from the south of France with large 20-30 lb. flattened fruits that are heavily ribbed. The deep orange flesh is a particular favorite of chefs for its fine flavor.

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Flat White Boer 

Attractive, very flat, pure white pumpkins that are unique and tasty. Very sweet orange flesh is perfect for pies and baking. A wonderful decorating and eating variety that was historically popular in South Africa and was named for the Dutch Boers.

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Rouge Vif D'Etampes

Most beautiful flattened and ribbed large fruit are a gorgeous deep red-orange. A very old French heirloom, this was the most common pumpkin in the Central Market in Paris back in the 1880's. The flesh is tasty in pies or baked.

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Petite Varieties

From the popular Jack Be Little Squash to the delicate Casperita, our Marketplace Marquee displays a wider variety of petite pumpkin, squash, and vibrant Indian corn. 

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