We ate Bob last week. Wow – that was seriously a good pumpkin.
Sweet, fine flesh, rich and orange – much like my good line of Seminole pumpkins back in Florida. Think sweet potato rich; not your typical stringy pumpkin.
This one is a keeper!
Here’s the video I did on this particular pumpkin before it was opened:
Another fine-looking pumpkin I discovered was a great big warty one. Bob is on the right, the giant warty pumpkin is the one on the left:
That is really a big pumpkin – and its skin is incredible. Here’s a close-up:
We shall see what it tastes like.
The seeds from Bob are definitely worth planting.
Though it’s a strange-looking squash and in my opinion not as beautiful as my old Seminole pumpkins, it was the most delicious variety we’ve found here yet.
Here’s the inside view of Bob:
All this pumpkin talk reminds me… I have pumpkin hills I need to go string-trim around.
The breeding and selection must go on!