Seeking a “Cinderella” type pumpkin I bought some unique sounding seeds that promised to grow in to a squash that looks kinda like a “Cinderella” pumpkin. These were Musquee de Provence seeds.
I am excited for them. I have several little, tiny, itty-bitty pumpkins on the vines already. I didn’t however read specifically about this type of squash before buying, planting and growing them, so I looked them up just now.
Here’s what I found and I’m even more excited!