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Magic Pumpkins



Magic Pumpkins are relatively uniformly-sized pumpkins sold as ornamentals.

They will weigh 20 to 30 pounds (9 to 13 ½ kg.)

They grow on a hybrid, semi-bush plant.



History Notes

Magic Pumpkins were developed by the Robson Seed Company of New York (now owned by Petoseed, 2005.)


Released 1996.

Ornamental Pumpkins

Aladdin Pumpkins; Appalachian Pumpkins; Apprentice Pumpkins; Aspen Pumpkins; Atlantic Giant Pumpkins; Autumn King Pumpkins; Baby Boo Pumpkins; Big Autumn Pumpkins; Big Max Pumpkins; Big Moon Pumpkins; Cannonball Pumpkins; Cinderella Pumpkins; Connecticut Field Pumpkins; Fairytale Pumpkins; First Prize Pumpkins; Frosty Pumpkins; Gold Bullion Pumpkins; Gold Fever Pumpkins; Gold Gem Pumpkins; Gold Medal Pumpkins; Gold Rush Pumpkins; Hallo-Queen Pumpkins; Happy Jack Pumpkins; Iron Man Pumpkins; Jack-O'-Lantern Type Pumpkins; Jack of All Trades Pumpkins; Kakai Pumpkins; Lil' Ironsides Pumpkins; Little Boo Pumpkins; Lumina Pumpkins; Magic Pumpkins; Magician Pumpkins; Mammoth Gold Pumpkins; Merlin Pumpkins; Miniature Pumpkins; Mother Lode Pumpkins; Mystic Pumpkins; One Too Many Pumpkins; Orange Smoothie Pumpkins; Ornamental Pumpkins; Oz Pumpkins; Pankows Field Pumpkins; Phantom Pumpkins; Red Eye Pumpkins; Trax Field Pumpkins; Trick or Treat Pumpkins; Tuckernuck Pumpkins; Valenciano Pumpkins; Wizard Pumpkins; Wyatt's Wonder Pumpkins

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Citation

Oulton, Randal. "Magic Pumpkins." CooksInfo.com. Published 14 August 2005; revised 18 July 2009. Web. Accessed 08/16/2017. <http://www.cooksinfo.com/magic-pumpkins>.

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