2014 AAS Vegetable Award Winner:
Pumpkin Cinderella's Carriage F1
Regional Winner (Southeast, Great Lakes, Mountain/Southwest)
2014 AAS Vegetable Award Winner:
Pumpkin Cinderella's Carriage F1
Regional Winner (Southeast, Great Lakes, Mountain/Southwest)

Pumpkin Cinderella's Carriage F1
2014 AAS Vegetable Award Winner

Cinderella’s Carriage is a dream come true for any princess-loving child who wants to grow their own fairy tale type pumpkin. This bright reddish-orange pumpkin is the first hybrid Cinderella-type pumpkin on the market which results in a higher yield as well as Powdery Mildew resistance in the garden. Robust and vigorous vines produce large fruits ranging from 25-35 pounds, creating a whole grouping of carriages for all the princesses in your family

Magical pink-red colored fruit shaped like the pumpkin carriage from the fairy tale Cinderella. Some lucky gardeners could also experience a pale blue pumpkin. Large trailing vine sets up to 5-7 fruit per plant. Well suited for fall decorations and baking. Flesh is yellow, sweet and has a nutty flavor.

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AAS Winner Primary Details
Award: AAS Vegetable Award Winner
Award Type: Regional Winner (Southeast, Great Lakes, Mountain/Southwest)
Class: Pumpkin
Variety Name: Cinderella's Carriage F1
Genus: Cucurbita
Species: maxima
Year: 2014
Common Name: Pumpkin
Type: Vegetables
Breeder: Seeds By Design
Close Market Comparison: Rouge Vif D'etamps, Cinderella and Shadow Moon F1
Plant Needs
Duration Type: Annual
Light Needs: Full sun
Water Needs: Dry to Normal
Season Type: Warm Season
Staking Required: NO
Plant Characteristics
Foliage Color: Dark green
Plant Habit: Trailing, Vining
Plant Height: Medium: 10" to 24"
Garden Spacing: 2-3 feet
Days To Harvest (Sowing Seed): 100 days
Days To Harvest (Transplant): not recommended
Fruit Color (Harvest): Pink red
Fruit Shape: Flat round
Fruit Size: 15-18 inches
Fruit Weight: 18-20 pounds
Fruit Flavor Description: nutty flesh
Number Of Fruits Per Plant: 5
Plant Spread: 60 inches
Disease Resistances or Tolerances: PM tolerance

How to Grow

Sow 3 seeds directly in garden soil/hill with 2 to 3 foot spacing.  These large vines require at lest 3 feet of growing area, and can be trained. Only requires moderate watering, do not over water. Pumpkins require pollination, so be sure to plant a few flowers in your vegetable garden to attract pollinators. Matures in about 100 days from direct sowing. Pick pumpkins when rind/skin just loses it glossy sheen.

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