C. maxima. This bizarre curiosity has three lobes – and three seed cavities. Cut it in cross section, and witness a very unusual shape. Bluish grey skin covers dense, orange, sugary flesh that holds its flavour for a remarkably long time. A bit slower to mature, but a very long shelf life. Plant Triamble pumpkin seeds to produce an Australian HEIRLOOM dating back to 1918. It first appeared in American cultivation in 1932.
Matures in 110-120 days. (Open-pollinated seeds)