(30-80 lbs.) Amish Pie is a giant, acorn shaped squash that makes what some consider the ultimate pumpkin pie. It has buff colored skin with light polka dots. The flesh is thick, sweet and pale orange. It is a good keeper and holds its quality when canned or frozen. It was bred by an Amish gardener in Maryland. Full vine. C. maxima. 95-105 days.
175-300/oz. (Seed Variable);
2-8 lbs./acre.; 7-10 days, 72°F. Start early indoors in pots and transplant after last spring frost. Can also be seeded directly in the field after soil temperature is 72°F.