85 days. Our first pumpkin to garner AAS recognition due to its culinary and decorative uses. Nearly round, 10 to 12-lb. fruits yield lots of pale yellow flesh that’s ideal for pies and canning. Unusual seeds are hulless or “naked,” meaning they are easy to eat after slow-roasting. Mature fruits are a beautiful orange with decorative green stripes that are certain to add interest to fall displays. Disease-resistant vines produce 5 to 6 fruits per plant.