Days to Maturity:105 Days
Light Requirement:Full Sun
Planting Time:Warm Season
Sowing Method:Direct Sow
Planting Depth:1-1 1/2" Plant Spacing:48"
Pumpkins, squash and gourds are members of the enormously diverse Cucurbitaceae family, which contains more than 100 genera and over 700 species. They have been providing mankind with food and utilitarian objects since before recorded history. Various members of the genus Cucurbita are known as squash or gourds.
Names differ throughout the world, but in the United States. The term “pumpkin” really has no botanical meaning, as they are actually all squash. Squash are divided into two categories: tender or summer squash, and hard-skinned or winter squash. Examples of summer squash include zucchini, pattypan, straightneck, crookneck and other types. Winter squash include small to medium hard-skinned squash such as the acorn, small hubbard, miniature pumpkin and spaghetti types, as well as the large hard-skinned types, including banana, butternuts, cheese pumpkins, cushaws, and large hubbards, among others.
Organic Pumkin and Gourds Mix Seeds
- Product Code: OPGMS
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