Olga (Cucurbita maxima) is a variety for special tasks - it is grown mainly to obtain large, tasty seeds without hard shells. Its spherical fruits with a characteristic colored skin - green with irregular, orange spots - hide a thick, orange, sweet flesh, which is also suitable for direct consumption and for preserves. It contains a lot of beta-carotene, essential vitamins and mineral salts. Pits, excellent for drying, roasting and baking, have a wealth of vitamins B6, B12 and D, and are also a source of fiber, healthy fats and magnesium.
Seeds of giant bald pumpkin Olga are sown in the spring into the ground or into boxes, pots and inspections to replant them to the vegetable garden after May frosts. Pumpkin has quite high water and nutritional requirements, so it is worth planting in moderately compact and humus-rich medium, preferably in full sun. We collect fruit in order to obtain tasty pulp and valuable seeds in September and October.
Each pack contains 3 g of Olga pumpkin seeds which is about 20 seeds.