95-100 days. Seminole pumpkins are a cultivated variety (cultivar) of Cucurbita moschata.
The wild squash of the Everglades!
Contains 15 heirloom seeds
Bought a package of these seeds because we've had it bad with vine bores and we threw these in the ground later than we wanted or could have. We could have put hem in the ground here in early May but we got them in end of June and have had one of the hottest summers in years. All the other squash winter varieties we grew got taken over by the vine bores. My housemate kept telling me we would get squash from their plants of other varieties but they didn't make it while my Seminole squash is taking over and I'm thrilled we will have some squash. One of the main runner vine is now over 20' with many squash and a few offshoot runners now. I'm hoping that we can keep this going at least another month or so or maybe longer. It's mid August now and we started in late June. Hardly watered it and it seemed to take a long time to sprout and was afraid wouldn't get anything. We are definitely going to grow this next year and much earlier, maybe start and then transplant even tho it says direct sow.