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amrobinson85

Darn. Your article proved me wrong to my husband. I always remembered the white pumpkin to be called Cinderella with the real Cinderella to be called Fairy Tale.

   
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Joyce Gidney
Annual family pumpkin painting,,,fun
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jhm7025
Anyone happen to know the earliest pumpkin variety in America? I believe pumpkins were called pompions.
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