The shape of Alagold Pumpkins varies from that of a cylinder to that of a bell.
They have a small seed cavity, and very meaty, dark sweet golden flesh.
Their flavour is reminiscent of Butternut Squash, but they have softer flesh and are larger overall.
Alagold Pumpkins are popular in the southern US states.
Used as a vegetable.
Alagold Pumpkins were bred by the Alabama Polytechnic Institute in Auburn, Alabama from various seeds from Africa.