Very similar to the butternut squash, but with an elongated flesh filled neck that twists during growing. The can reach up to 20 lbs in size. The flesh is excellent, being deep orange and richly flavored. Also known as the "Pennsylvania Dutch Crookneck Squash" and in Italy and France "Tromba d' Albenga", "Tromboncino". 'Neck pumpkin' being the most popular term in the Mid-Atlantic states of the United States, particularly in areas with an Amish influence.

Neck Pumpkins