The Howden pumpkin defines "the look" in big Halloween pumpkins. With their deep orange color, defined ribs, and strong handles, the Howden is your go-to for a big orange pumpkin!
The Jarrahdale pumpkin is Michelle's favorite! This medium, drum-shaped fruit features heavy, rounded ribs with a bluish-greenish-grayish color. This pumpkin is so pretty to use for fall displays and is great for eating too!
Who wouldn't love a pink pumpkin? Porcelain doll pumpkins make great displays alongside Jarrahdale and white pumpkins. Make all your Instagram photo dreams come true with this one!
Flat Stackers are the perfect color compliment to the traditional orange pumpkin. Pair these with our other varieties to create a beautiful fall display!
Charisma is a blocky round pumpkin with slightly russeted, deep orange color and tough green handles.
Isn't it so cute?
Another medium sized Halloween pumpkin, Early Giant features an elongated and blocky shape with stocky handles and light ribs. You'll definitely want this one to carve!
Snowball is a small white pumpkin that holds its color well. With a bright white color, smooth rind and dark green stem, you'll want to add this one to your fall collection!
Who loves pumpkin pie? New England Pie is the classic pie pumpkin and grows in a range of small sizes. Although not as sweet as a squash, the well-colored, dark orange flesh is relatively starchy, dry and stringless. New England Pie is a well known mini jack-o-lantern type for pies!
We call this one the "green warty" pumpkin. This bumpy squash makes a wild, yet subdued ornamental statement for fall. We love it paired with our white pumpkins and jarrahdales! And did you know...this fruit is great for making Italian dishes like gnocchi and ravioli!
These cute mini pumpkins are a fan favorite! With their flat shape and wide, deep ribs, Jill-Be-Littles are perfect for displaying on tabletops, in baskets, or on windowsills. We bet you can't just get one!
This mini white pumpkin has strong green handles and holds its color well. Casperita pumpkins are great for displaying in baskets, buckets, or tabletops!
This uniform, flashy pumpkin has a flattened shape, wide moderate ribs, and yellow-orange skin with deep orange stripes. Similar in size and shape to Jill-Be-Little, the two make an attractive pair for tabletop display. Spark is more of a decorative pumpkin and not recommended for eating.
Blanco is a small, bright white pumpkin that is nicely ribbed and perfect for decorating or carving. Pair it with our other varieties to create a beautiful fall display!
This pumpkin is definitely unique! With a colorful, buttercup shape, Turk's Turban features a prominent blossom end button with striped silver, green, and white with a scarlet top. This pumpkin looks great displayed with other varieties.
We have gourds!
This ornamental gourd mix is a delightful assortment of deeply winged, warted pears and other shapes. The colors are vibrant and draw attention wherever they are displayed.
Baby Bear is a unique size and shape. These deep orange fruits are half the size of a normal pie pumpkin. With slender, sturdy, easy-to-grip handles, they are very appealing to kids!
Jack of Hearts is a new variety of pumpkin that is perfect for kids and will be our "field trip" pumpkin. This pumpkin has an outstanding color and an intriguing handle style.
Polar Bear is an extra-large white pumpkin with long, vigorous vines.
Polar Bear retains its color after maturity in the field, at market, and in decorative displays.
Pipsqueak is a tall tabletop pumpkin with long, curling handles that are sure to get noticed on display. Unique in shape with vivid orange color and strong, dark green handles, you'll love this new variety!
One of the most unique decorative gourds available, Lunch Lady Gourd produces a wide assortment of gourds in various shapes, sizes and colors—and all are graced with wonderful warts. The ornamental gourd colors can include shades of white, cream, yellow, tan, orange, and green with many of them speckled, spotted, banded and striped.
We're getting ready for our 3rd year!
Follow along this summer as we continue our journey
of pumpkin farming.
We can't wait to see you this Fall!