Aladdin pumpkins have a thick, deep orange coloured rind with average rib depth.
They are mostly round, being 12 inches (30 cm) wide by 15 inches (40 cm) tall, and weighing 30 to 50 pounds (13 to 23 kg.)
They have a long, thin, slightly rubbery stem firmly attached.
Good for carving,
Aladdin pumpkins are an F1 hybrid, promoted by Harris Moran.
Aladdin Pumpkins were developed by a Ted Superak.
During development, the pumpkin was referred to as “HMX 6689.”
Released in America in 2002.