Golden Nugget

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Golden Nugget

This bright orange, diminutive pumpkin with golden-yellow flesh is easy to cut and best cooked with the skin on. Its appearance is its primary appeal. Great stuffed.

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Jap Pumpkin

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Jap Pumpkin

Jap is short for Japanese pumpkin or kabocha, as it is known in Japan. There are many different varieties, such as kent. The green/grey skin is mottled yellow and brown and is easily cut. A nutty-flavoured pumpkin, it has yellowish/orange flesh that is soft and drier than most.It is also known as a Kent.

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Jarrahdale

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Jarrahdale

The jarrahdale closely resembles the Queensland blue, but is grey and not as deeply ribbed. It cuts easily, and has orange, sweet-tasting flesh.

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Butternut

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Butternut

This buff-coloured, pearshaped pumpkin has dense, dry, sweet-tasting flesh, making it the most versatile type for cooking.

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Queensland Blue

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Queensland Blue

A large (5-7kg) blueish-grey pumpkin with smooth, deeply ribbed skin and full-flavoured golden orange flesh. The baby blue (about 2kg) is a miniature version. The pureed flesh is a favorite for scones.

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