PUMPKIN-BLUE HUBBARD

$3.50
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Reference: SKU17505

This large, blue, teardrop shaped fruit, has a hard warty skin that is easier to peel than golden nugget to which it is similar in taste and texture. It is a larger pumpkin and keeps exceptionally well. The flesh has a unique delicious smell which makes these cooked fruit a sensation in restraunts and at the home table. 

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Cucurbita maxima

This large, blue, teardrop shaped fruit, has a hard warty skin that is easier to peel than golden nugget to which it is similar in taste and texture. It is a larger pumpkin and keeps exceptionally well. The flesh has a unique delicious smell which makes these cooked fruit a sensation in restraunts and at the home table. The fruit are large, with some reaching 20Kg. Pumpkin seed should be sown 1.0-2.0cm deep directly into the garden in richly composted soil. Space the plants 1m apart in rows 1.5m apart. Sow three weeks after the last frost has passed in Cold and Temperate areas and from September to February in Tropical and Subtropical areas. Pumpkins do very well when a nitrogen fixing plant, such as clover or bean plants are grown with them. pumpkins tahe at least 21 days to fully ripen once picked so storage until fully ripe will enhance pumpkin flavour. Pumpkins hit by frost will not store as long as unfrosted pumpkins.

QTY 12 seeds

SKU17505
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