Yesterday afternoon I realized that we're about to get hard frost so I dashed to the farm where I help out and picked my pumpkins. I planted couple of varieties in July - a bit late but still hoped they'd produced. They didn't get enough time or sunshine to fully ripen but were very nice size. The first one was Musquee De Provence pumpkin. it was very heavy for it size! I had one hell of a time bringing it out of the field. I just wish it had enough time to turn orange.
Then the blue one is Jarrahdale pumpkin - it's origin is from New Zealand and I'm looking forward to seeing how it compares in taste and texture. It was a medium sized but also pretty dense in weight.