Wilmot Rd Primary School's garden has produced some interesting produce lately.JENNA BISHOP May 13, 2014 4:45am
Quite a vegetable: Wilmot Rd Primary School student Fatma Al Hamzah with one of the school's unusual pumpkins.
Most people would be familiar with curly fries, but a giant curly pumpkin is likely to turn a few heads.
Teacher Paul Greenwood said students were surprised to find two of the intriguing vegetables when they harvested their summer crops.
One is shaped like a horseshoe and the other, which is also about 1
‘‘They couldn’t believe they’d grown something as large as that, particularly when you look at the other varieties which are a lot smaller,’’ he said.
Mr Greenwood said students would be turning the pumpkin into a savoury tart to give to another teacher during one of their cooking classes.
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