- Fruits weighing 15-20 lbs.
- Flattened bottoms keep them from tipping
- Heirloom variety
This heirloom variety, grown hundreds of years ago by Native Americans and New England settlers, produces hefty orange-gold fruits weighing 15-20 lbs. The round, smooth pumpkins have slightly ribbed skins and are the ideal size for big jack-o'-lanterns and fall decorations. They also have flattened bottoms, so they're less likely to tip over. While the pumpkins are edible, their flesh is not as sweet and flavorful as some other pie pumpkins. Connecticut Field Pumpkin is known for its dependable yields. 110 DAYS.