Some say it's ugly, some call it elegant, but we all agree it's unique. This heirloom pumpkin was virtually unknown in the U.S. until it was discovered at the 1996 Pumpkin Fair in Tranzault, France. The pumpkin is pink and shaped like a wheel of cheese, covered with beige scars or bumps that resemble peanuts, but are actually caused by sugar in the skin. When cooked, the flesh is sweet and very smooth. In France, it's traditionally used for soups and sauces, but it's also delicious fried in butter. The pumpkins weigh 15 to 25 pounds and keep for months.
Light: Height: 0" Width: 0" Spacing: 0" Needs Pollinator: No Planting Season: Spring
Maturity: 95-100 Needs Isolation: No Seed Start Indoors: No Seed Start Direct: Yes Seeds Per Packet: 25 Planting Depth: 0"