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Pumpkin Triamble

NZ $4.95

Description

Heirloom triangular Ironbark pumpkin with thick sweet orange flesh perfect for baking. While the tough grey blue skin is a challenge to cut and might need an axe to cleave it open, it also guarantees a very long shelf life when storing ripe fruit. Vigorous long vines usually produce 3 or 4, 3-chambered 4kg fruit. Sow after last frosts.

Matures 110 days from transplant.

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8370

Cucurbita maxima

Information

OPTIMUM SOIL TEMP FOR GERMINATION DAYS TO GERMINATION DISTANCE APART TO PLANT SEEDLINGS PREFERRED GROWING PERIOD WHEN TO SOW NUMBER OF SEEDS PER PACKET PREFERRED GROWING METHOD BEST USE
20-25 7-14 200cm-icon 200cm Tender 2 20 Transplant-icon Transplant Gourmet Vegetable-icon Gourmet Vegetable

KEY to WHEN TO SOW

  1 Early Spring 2 Late Spring &
Early Summer
3 Late Summer &
Early Autumn

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