This variety give fruits from 1.5 to 2 kg in orange flesh, fragrant and very sweet, and keep well. The pumpkin can be consumed in purees, soups, and pies or with an aperitif in chips.
1. Sowing: Sow 4-5 seeds in May in small distant shallow holes 1m x 1,50 m.
2. Thinning: When your plants have 3-4 leaves, keep in each hole only the strongest and tear others.
3. Harvest: Harvest from October to December. For pumpkins in September, sow under glass in March-April.
Pumpkin likes the proximity of radish as it repels insects and aphids.