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Pumpkin Seeds

Pumpkins are easy and fun to grow, whether you intend to cook them, show them or just get creative over the Halloween period. 

They come in various sizes and in a range of vibrant colours, so there are many to choose from for both cooking and for carving. Despite their long-standing association with Halloween, they make great soups and pie fillings, can be oven baked and are delicious roasted in the same way as parsnips. There are numerous pumpkin recipes, which demonstrate perfectly just how versatile this delightful vegetable actually is.

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Pumpkin Expert
Pumpkin Expert
  

Ideal for growing large Halloween lanterns.....

Average Packet Contents : 15 seeds

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Pumpkin Gold Medal
Pumpkin Gold Medal
  

Best selling variety for growing large Halloween lanterns.....

Average Packet Contents : 10 seeds

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Pumpkin Knuckle Head
Pumpkin Knuckle Head
  

NEW!! Could this be the ultimate in Halloween pumpkins?.....

Average Packet Contents : 10 seeds


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Pumpkin Polar Bear
Pumpkin Polar Bear
  

Produces extra large white pumpkins.....

Average Packet Contents : 10 seeds


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Pumpkin Triple Treat
Pumpkin Triple Treat
  

Good for growing medium sized pumpkins for Halloween lanterns.....

Average Packet Contents : 15 seeds

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For best results, we recommend you start off your pumpkin seeds either indoors or in a heated greenhouse. The seeds can be sown straight into the garden once the danger of late frosts has passed, but this will give in a later crop. Indoors, you can begin sowing pumpkin seeds anytime from the end of March.

Once they have four true leaves the young plants can be planted into their final growing positions once the threat of late frosts are over, but they will need to be hardened off for a couple of weeks before hand.