Pumpkin Seeds

  • $5.25
    2020 AAS Winner. In trials, this winner scored high in all areas, including maturity, yield, fruit size and...
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  • $4.85
    2014 AAS Winner. Grow pumpkins as charming as the fairy tale. The first hybrid Cinderella-type pumpkin on the...
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  • $3.95–$6.95
    Also called Big Tom. Best variety for canning and stock feeding. Yields many big, yellow-orange fruits weighing about...
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  • $3.95–$8.95
    Grow giant pumpkins up to 500 lbs. - the current record is actually more than a whopping 2,000 lbs.! With good care,...
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  • $4.65
    90-100 Days Musquee de Provence. A french "cheese" heirloom from the South of France, often sold by the slice to...
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  • $4.25–$7.95
    Traditional favorite for 12 to 15 pound Halloween pumpkins, and there is likely more of it grown commercially than...
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  • $3.85–$6.75
    Perfect for Halloween. Selected and bred for carving Jack O' Lanterns. Skin is bright orange, smooth and firm. Fruits...
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  • $21.45
    Collection of giant seed varieties kids will love to grow. Really big stuff! You get one packet each of Giant...
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  • $6.45
    Attractive white skin is ideal for painting and lends an eerie night-time glow to carved and candlelit pumpkins....
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  • $3.95
    Our own special mix of Jack-Be-Little, Wee-B-Little and Baby Boo. Charming miniature pumpkins fit in the palm of your...
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  • $3.75–$5.95
    Also called New England Pie. Excellent general-purpose variety. Best for pies and very good for canning and carving....
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Plant pumpkins in full sun, with plenty of space for good air circulation, in late spring to early summer. Prior to planting, amend the soil with ample organic matter and add needed 10-10-10 fertilizer. To ensure soil temperatures are warm enough for consistent germination, lay down the black plastic or black weed barrier 3-4 weeks prior to planting pumpkin seeds or plants. Sow 5 to 6 seeds in hills 6 to 8 feet apart. Thin to the strongest two plants on each hill, after emergence.