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Pumpkin 'One too many'

Posted by weirdtrev Z7 MD (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 24, 06 at 20:54

Does anyone know about this pumpkin referred to as "one too many"

here is a url with a picture if you don't know what it looks like:

I absolutely love this pumpkin nad have several in my room. Does anyone know anything or have any experience growing them. I fully intend to buy the seeds for next year. I am curious if I could just save some seeds but I imagine this pumpkin is a hybrid. Does anyone know?

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RE: Pumpkin 'One too many'

Googling didnt produce an answer on the hybrid question but did reveal the reason for that name..
"One-Too-Many" pumpkin, named for a pattern resembling the gin blossom and face-flush of a bloodshot drunk.
Guess you could email Rupp and ask them

Here is a link that might be useful: Email Rupp

RE: Pumpkin 'One too many'

I just read in the Pinetree catalog that OTM is actually a winter squash that just looks like a punkin. So much the better in my opinion!

Here is a link that might be useful: pinetree garden seeds

RE: Pumpkin 'One too many'

According to Thompson & Morgan, One Too Many is open-pollinated.

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