Orange pumpkins are the norm. White pumpkins
are becoming increasingly common. But a blue pumpkin? This rare specimen may seem a bit out of place in a sea of orange, but what a conversation piece! Technically, this blue-green pumpkin is a Jarrahdale squash, a variety that originated in New Zealand. It has golden orange flesh and a nutty flavor and can be substituted for pumpkin or squash in your favorite fall recipe. Or, carve your Jarrahdale squash like a pumpkin, and you'll have the only blue jack-o-lantern on the block.