#03 I always buy Australian Jarrahdale and, of course, several copies of Hokkaido (fortunately the latter are easily available in winter also in stores or at the market - just like the Butternut pumpkin - so I do not need any bigger stocks ...).
#04 We buy some Delikat for stuffing and Acornów different ointments, at least one squash , banana ' and some pumpkin pasta .
#06 Below is one of my favorite varieties - Flat White Boer Ford , from South Africa; this time the smallest I managed to buy - it's about 7 kg ( but it's definitely better than 10 or 12;) ).
#08 And when I find one, it is because of the dimensions of some of them that I can not always take them in;) such as this 10 kg pumpkin "gros jaune de Paris" (meaning 'large Parisian pumpkin'). And I always say to myself that maybe next year ...;)
#10 Beung Karn (Cucurbita moschata) , native of Thailand. Flesh yellow-orange, quite juicy, weight about 1 kg on average. Shelf life - from 3 to 5 months.
#11 Crowning (Cucurbita moschata) , from Taiwan. Weight on average about 1.5 - 2 kg, pulp orange, sweetish, delicate in taste. Shelf life - from 7 to 10 months.
#12 Brians Gray (Cucurbita maxima) , another gray beauty straight from Australia. Weight up to 6 kg, pulp dark yellow, sweet, good quality. Shelf life - from 4 to 6 months.
#13 Ponderosa (Cucurbita maxima) , Australian pumpkin. Fruit slightly flattened, weight from 7 to 9 kg, flesh dark orange, sweet, good quality. Shelf life approx. 6 months.
#14 Monarch (Cucurbita maxima) is a relatively new hybrid from New Zealand. Weight from 4 to 6 kg, pulp dark orange, compact, very good quality. Shelf life approx. 6 months.
#15 Winter Sweet (Cucurbita maxima) , weight approx. 2 kg, compact pulp, from the same family as Marrble, Yukigeshou or Confection pumpkins. Shelf life approx. 5-6 months.