Botanical name: Cucurbita argyrosperma Huber Family: Cucurbitaceae Common names. English: cushaw (United States); Spanish: calabaza, calabaza pinta. Pumpkin (Cucurbita pepo) Kabocha ARJUNA. Kabocha type pumpkin also used in Central America as “calabaza” [ ] Read more. Domestication History of the Squash Plant (Cucurbita spp) . This was a subspecies of Cucurbita pepo called Cucurbita pepo ovifera and its.
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Association of pumpkins with harvest time and pumpkin pie at Canadian and American Thanksgiving reinforce its iconic role.
South America was very recent. In South Asian countries xalabaza as Indiapumpkin is cooked with butter, sugar, and spices in a dish called kadu ka halwa. Sowing is carried out at the start of the rainy season and the development time is approximately five to seven months, although there are varieties with a very short cycle three to four months such as those mentioned from the Yucatan peninsula. Ionga Paris has cylindrical, long fruit that is slender and slightly bulbous at the apex; it is eaten in the unripe state and one of the most common names is Cocozzelle.
Phytologia61 3 Retrieved October 9, National Council for Science and the Environment.
There is a connection in folklore and popular culture between pumpkins and the supernaturalsuch as:. Cucurbita pepo ‘Li’l Pump-ke-mon’.
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With a fantastic array of shapes, patterns, and colors, this wildly warted gourd mix is great fun for the family garden, and a high demand item for market.
The field and garden vegetables of America.
Ducurbita Cytogenetics 2 ed. In New Zealand and Australian Englishthe term pumpkin generally refers to the broader category called winter squash elsewhere. University of Illinois Extension. Retrieved November 23, El de la foto es ‘Boston Marrow’.
Cucurbita pepo ‘Autumn Wings’.
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CushawCucurbita argyrosperma var. Most parts of the pumpkin are edible, including the fleshy shell, the seeds, the leaves, and even the ppo.
This acorn squash produces small, ribbed fruits which are often cut in half and baked. Upright spikes give this unusual plant a crown-like appearance.
Small orange gourd covered with warts. Archived from the original PDF cjcurbita September 24, These come chiefly from Mexico and Central America and to a lesser degree from South America and other regions of the world. Burr’s Field and Garden Vegetables of America, Ubicadas en el grupo informal normalmente llamado Cucurbita pepo Ornamental Gourds Calabacitas Decorativas.
Pumpkin / Calabaza
Recent breeding programmes in Begonia have led to the recognition of separate Groups within the existing Elatior Group. In the Mixe region of the state of Oaxaca, var. Excepting the last 4 from the web, they belong to this blog. In some regions of Mexico, the seeds and also the unripe fruit of wild taxa are used as food. They have white spots, number three to live and are lobulate with triangular or elliptical lobules.
Pumpkins are grown all around the world for a variety of reasons ranging from agricultural purposes such as animal feed to commercial and ornamental sales. Summary [ edit ] Description Laboratorio de calabazas – Cucurbita pepo ornamental gourd – 01 flower and immature fruit on the vine Bicolor spoon or pear.
Algunos cultivares como ‘Flat’ “aplanado”‘Miniature Ball’ “pelota en miniatura” y ‘Pear’ “pera” difieren poco de las variedades silvestres. Berlandier in southern Texas.