The New Moon is white-ish and small and sit in front of the wagon. The big white rounded ones are called Full Moons.
It’s easy to see why the SuperFreaks get their name.
These light green, small pumpkins are called Jarrahdales and are terrific for baking.
Cinderellas are beautifully bright orange and squat - as though someone sat on them. They too are among my favorites. They are a unique French heirloom whose correct name is "Rouge vif D'Etampes". Some say they resemble the pumpkin that Cinderella's fairy godmother transformed into a carriage. And they were also served at the Pilgrim's second Thanksgiving dinner.
As are the beehive - or maybe they are winter squash. To tell you the truth, sometimes I have a hard time telling the squash from the pumpkins, but they are so much fun to decorate with, who cares?