110 days. Neck Pumpkin Large fruit is green turning to a pale yellow-orange color. Flesh is sweet, fine textured and makes some of the best pumpkin pie you ever ate. Looks like a butternut squash with a crookneck.
Approximately 300 seeds per oz
PLANTING: Plant the same as summer squash. HARVEST: Before heavy frost, cut stems at about 1″ from fruit when stem is drying and skin
of fruit is hard. If you can punch your thumb nail into skin, squash is not mature yet. Use fresh or store in a cool dry place for later use. If fruit
becomes frosted, they store poorly.