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Gold Standard Pumpkins



Gold Standard Pumpkins are a Jack-O'-Lantern type pumpkin.

They are uniformly-sized, and round, but a bit squat, with moderate ribbing, orange rind, and sturdy, green handles.

They will weigh 15 to 18 pounds (7 to 8 kg.)

They grow on a vine-type plant.

90 days from seed.

History Notes

Gold Standard Pumpkins were developed by Rupp Seeds.


Released 1988.

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