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PUMPKIN & GARDEN STUFF

THE 2001 SEASON START
In 2001 we had the latest snow cover in the over 30 years we have lived here. One local Pumpkin Nut "Me" is seen here snow blowing the patch then he covers it with plastic to warm it up for planting on April 16th.
BLOSSOM END OF SIAMESE TWIN ATLANTIC GIANT
This one reached 93 inches before suffering a Blow Out.
MY NEIGHBORS ARE USE TO SEEING STRANGE THINGS GROWING IN THE GARDEN
Quite a few years ago I grew a 19-foot Sunflower but lost the strain a few years later to cross-pollination with Multi Head types.
SPEAKING OF STRANGE! >>>>>>

What is that?   A Pumpkinhead!  Yes it's a real Pumpkin.  We grow about 30 to 40 of these per year.

<< OUR GRANDDAUGHTER SARAH WITH OUR 1993 641 LB. JACK-O-LANTERN.

 


 

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