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Full Moon

Full Moon

Cucurbita maxima


White flesh, watery not as suitable for cooking.

New Moon Hybrid:

A distinctive white fleshed pumpkin it has the ability to become massive, with average sizes of 25-35 pounds, but treat it just right and you could get an 80 lb. snowball or larger. Producing a uniform size with long firm handles and smooth skin it is great for carving.

Varieties:
Blanche of Dauphiné
Recognized by the very light color of its flesh and its almost white skin. Origin: French variety of Dauphiné. Runner: yes Fruit: cream color, round with tendency to flatten. Fruit size: Circumference: 140 cm - Height: 50 cm. Weight: 30kg to 50kg. Epidermis: Thin and tender. Flesh: yellow-orange, very thick, dense, slightly fibrous. Growth: 100 days. Usage: Soups, purees, gratins, soufflés, rice dishes and squash. Conservation: 3 to 5 months, 8 months in some cases.


Full Moon

Full Moon

Blanche of Dauphiné

Blanche of Dauphiné

Blanche of Dauphiné

Blanche of Dauphiné

Blanche of Dauphiné

Blanche of Dauphiné

Blanche of Dauphiné

Blanche of Dauphiné

Blanche of Dauphiné

Blanche of Dauphiné
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