Lunch Lady Gourds are large warty gourds weighing 5-20 llbs. A fascinating novelty for your fall decorating statement!
Cinderella pumpkins are so named because they resemble the pumpkins that Cinderella’s fairy godmother used to transform into a coach! Their beautiful colour makes them great for fall decorating and their delicious taste makes them a great addition to any pumpkin or squash recipe!
“One Too Many”, a seasonal favourite, made better because it’s edible also! Moderately sized and is a beautiful soft cream with orange stripes and speckles – a unique ornamental showstopper. So named because its colouration is reminiscent of a blood-shot eye with red-orange “veins” patterned intricately over a white background.
Lumina Pumpkins are a ghostly white colour on the outside, but have an orange interior flesh, which makes for a spooky effect when carved and a candle is placed inside. They are also delicious in a pie! You should always try to display Lumina pumpkins out of the direct sunlight to help maintain their ghostly colour!
Fairytale pumpkins are deeply ridged with a hard and smooth surface. Beginning as a green pumpkin, it cures to a deep mahogany. Also great in pies!
The Jarrahdale pumpkin is a rare pumpkin, with a golden flesh, sweet, string-less and great to use in baking.