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Rhea
Rhea


(F1) Rhea pumpkin makes a great compliment to its larger brother Cronus. Large vines, which have intermediate resistance to powdery mildew, produce good yields of 20 to 30 lb. pumpkins. The fruit have a flat-round shape, a rich dark orange color, and strong, thick, dark green stems. Rhea has well defined ribs, great eye-appeal and excellent uniformity for shape. This pumpkin variety is a hit for roadside stand or wholesale sales.

Approximately 2,385 seeds per pound

CULTURE

Seeding depth: 1 - 1.5 inches Germination days: 6 - 12 days Maturation days: 110 days

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