Heirloom Organic Connecticut Field Pumpkin Seeds (8)
The Connecticut Field Pumpkin, one of the oldest in existence, has been the standard carving pumpkin since 1871. Jack Howden developed a variety of it, called the Howden, which has a more symmetrical shape. It got its name from the place where the original was found: Connecticut.Give large-fruited pumpkins plenty of room to ramble. For improved drainage sow in mounds, or hills, of soil 12 inches in diameter, 6-8 inches tall. Sow 4-6 seeds in groups about 3 inches apart. Each group should be about 4-6 feet apart.