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Connecticut Field
Connecticut Field

This Native American heirloom has a history predating 1700. The rind is hard but thin and slightly ribbed. The flesh is sweet, thick and course. Can be planted among your cornfield and used for canning or as stock feed. An easy to carve large pumpkin. Treat yourself to some really big jack-o'-lanterns next Halloween by growing a few of these large beauties. Hefty orange-gold fruits weigh 15-20 lbs. and have a flattened bottom to keep them from tipping. Noted for dependable yields. 110 Days.
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