Pumpkin, Jack O Lantern (Cucurbita pepo) - 20 Seeds

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This is the pumpkin you want for carving—and cooking. Finally recognized for their culinary pizzazz, pumpkins lend rich flavor to breads, bread pudding, soups, and pasta—not to mention the autumn awesomeness of pumpkin pie and spicy pumpkin chai. Fruits are medium-sized and round to elongated in shape.

•American grown seeds
•100-120 Days
•USDA Zones 3-12

Growing Instructions:
Gardeners with short growing seasons may want to start the pumpkin seeds a month before the last expected frost. Since pumpkins do not take well to transplanting, peat pots are the best option. Plant two seeds per pot later clipping off the weaker seedling. Harden the seedlings off before transplanting about a week after the last frost or when soil temps reach at least 60°. Plant the seedlings in very rich soil, 8-10' apart in rows 10-12' apart. To direct sow, plant the seeds a week after the frost .5" deep, 3-4' apart and thin to 8-10' apart. Since pumpkin seedlings do not tolerate frost, provide protection if cold weather threatens. Keep the soil moist at all times, but avoid getting the leaves wet. When the vines develop, a layer of mulch can help conserve water and reduce weeks which compete for resources. By midsummer, pinch off all the blooms to focus the plant's energy into the developing pumpkins.

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