'Kumi Kumi' is a traditional Maori pumpkin originally called kamo kamo and considered particularly good for the hangi. It is a speckled green, heavily-ribbed pumpkin with sweet, buttery-flavoured flesh growing to 30 cm. Immature, tennis ball-sized fruit can be used like zucchini or squash. Pumpkins need a good-sized area, grow them on a fence if space is limited. Days to harvest 120
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