How To Prune Your Pumpkin Patch

growing pumpkins

Pumpkins have to be one of my most satisfying crops to grow. You plant a small seed (in the scheme of things) and, all going well, end up with a crop of big round, meaty pumpkins. And they’re reasonably easy …

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Saving Pumpkin Seeds

saving pumpkin seed

One of the greatest thrills we get in our edible garden, apart from the obvious produce, is using seeds from last seasons crop (or the seasons before) to grow more produce. Seed saving is a great way to keep growing the fruit …

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Pumpkin Patch

Pumpkins

Right now I’m feeling incredibly impatient with my Pumpkin Patch.

I have some lovely, nice big Pumpkins growing and I’m excited to stash them away for our Winter pantry.

Pumpkins are planted in Spring/Summer and growing quickly, usually maturing in Autum – approximately 14 weeks later.

We have been really lucky this year to have our plants produce at least 12 good sized Pumpkins. I love knowing that we have this fantastics crop to enjoy over the next few months, without spending a cent.

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