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Spirit Pumpkins



Spirit Pumpkins are a Jack-O'-Lantern type pumpkin.

They have bright orange skin, and grow to be 12 inches (30 cm) wide, weighing 10 to 15 pounds (4 ½ to 6 ¾ kg.)

Their yellow flesh is okay for cooking.

The plant is an F1 hybrid semi-bush, with a 5 foot (1 1/2 metre) spread.

95 days from seed.

History Notes

Spirit Pumpkins were developed by the Petoseed Company.


Released 1975.

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See also:

Jack-O'-Lantern Type Pumpkins

Big Rock Pumpkins; Gold Standard Pumpkins; Howden Biggie Pumpkins; Howdens Field Pumpkins; Jack-O'-Lantern Pumpkins; Jack-O'-Lantern Type Pumpkins; Jack Pot Pumpkins; Jumpin Jack Pumpkins; Magic Lantern Pumpkins; Neon Pumpkins; Ol Zeb's Pumpkins; Racer Pumpkins; Rocket Pumpkins; Rockstar Pumpkins; Schooltime Pumpkins; Sorcerer Pumpkins; Spirit Pumpkins; Streaker Pumpkins; Super Herc Pumpkins; Thomas Halloween Pumpkins; Tom Fox Pumpkins; Tricky Jack Pumpkins; Trojan Pumpkins; Young's Beauty Pumpkins

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