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Longface Pumpkins



Longface Pumpkins are somewhat tall, thus the name "long face."

They are uniformly-sized pumpkins with a good, firmly-attached handle, and weigh 20 to 30 pounds (9 to 13 ½ kg.)

They grow on an F1 hybrid semi-bush plant, that delivers high yields.

95 days from seed.

History Notes

Longface Pumpkins were developed by Robson Seed Farms (now owned by Petoseed.)


Released 1997.

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