100-110 days. In Pennsylvania, they call it Neck Pumpkin. It looks like a Butternut with a crazy long and curved neck. It can reach 10-20 pounds, and is great for making pies, roasting, and for soups. All that flesh in the neck is really easy to use, since the seed cavity is small and down at the bulb. An excellent keeper.
Minimum of 25 seeds per packet.