Long Island Pumpkin

The Long Island Cheese Pumpkin was one of the earliest squash types to be cultivated for consumption.

Farmers began producing the long island cheese pumpkin for commercial sale, giving it the name because of its form and color, which resembles a cheese wheel. Chefs favored this squash because of its tasty, stringless flesh.

Cultivated for consumption

These warm-season annuals need full light, lots of water, and plenty of space to flourish.

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