Pumpkins can be a finicky crop, but this year they are loving the heat and adequate rainfall. We’ll have some really massive ones, as well as all kinds of colors, sizes and shapes. They will be ready to pick by the time we open in September. If you protect them from excessive heat and from freezing, they will last all fall even if you pick yours early.
Interested in growing your own pumpkins (or other farm-type advice)? Check out this article that we contributed to:
Homesteading 101: Q&A with the Experts