New England Pie Pumpkin (Small Sugar)


An Heirloom pumpkin from New England also know as ‘Small Sugar’ from the 1863.  I got this from our friends at Fedco seeds, a wonderful company in Maine, where Heron Breen is in charge of many of the squash breeding project.

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New England Pie Pumpkin (Small Sugar)

  • 20 seeds
  • Open pollinated
  • Distance between plants – 1-2′
  • Distance between mounds – 6′
  • Full sun
  • Water every day until established and then water every 2-3 days depending on heat waves
  • Days to maturity – 105 days
  • Days to germination –  7-14 days
  • Fruit – 8-10″
  • Cucurbita pepo

Sow:  Indoors 2-3 weeks before last frost or direct seed after last frost 1’’ deep.  We prefer to direct seed it into the ground so that the roots are not disturbed.

Harvest:  When fruit is ripe and leaves have turned brown

Known for its deeply ridged, flat shape, this late maturing pumpkin is popular both for its decorative qualities.
Producer:  Fedco Seeds


Additional information

Weight 0.006 kg
Dimensions 8.255 × 0.3 × 11.43 cm

cucumber beetle, squash bug, cinderella pumpkin


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