Winter Squash Seeds - Seminole Pumpkin


Cucurbita moschata

HEIRLOOM. Originally cultivated by the indigenous peoples around the Everglades and quite rare today, this squash is excellent for southern growers. Delicious 6-8" round fruits with buff-colored rind. Productive vines tolerate dry and rainy extremes and have Downy Mildew resistance. Seminole Pumpkin is part of the Slow Foods Ark of Taste!

SMALL FARM GROWN by Peacemeal Farm, Goochland, VA

  • Planting Information


Average Seed / ozSeed / 100' RowAverage Yield / 100' RowDays to Harvest
2501 oz150-200 lbs91-100
Planting SeasonIdeal Soil TempSunFrost Tolerance
After Last Frost65-85°FFull SunFrost Sensitive
Sowing MethodSeed DepthDirect Seed Spacing

Min. Seeds 

Per Packet

Transplant or Direct Seed1"6"12
Mature SpacingDays to SproutProduction CycleSeed Viability
24-36"5-10Annual3-5 years