What are some different pumpkin cultivars

Bush cultivars. All of the summer squashes are true pumpkins and all have bush-type plants. 'Table King' is a non-vining form of 'Table Queen' (acorn)—a vining pumpkin or fall "squash." Space bush-type plants 2 to 3 feet apart in rows 4 feet apart.

Naked-seed cultivars. Triple Treat is a cultivar that produces seeds without seed coats—the seeds are used for roasting. It grows like regular vining pumpkins. Flesh is deep orange, medium- to fine-grained and good for baking. The fruits are 7 to 9 inches in diameter, weigh 6 to 8 pounds and make fine jack-o-lanterns.

Miniature cultivars. 'Jack Be Little' and 'Baby Boo'(white) produce numerous miniature fruit on a regular size vine.

Jack-o-lantern types. 'Atlantic Giant' (75-80 lb), 'Autumn Gold,' 'Howden,' 'Prizewinner' (75-80 lb) and 'Trick or Treat' are good choices.

Pie selections. 'Small Sugar' and 'Spookie' are good garden choices.

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