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Pumpkin Patch Progress 2016

At first I thought the rabbits, birds or squirrels ate all the seeds. I think they did eat most of them but there are many that survived.

There are more smaller sprouts on the other side of the patch.

Here's a closer look at the two sprouts from the above photo.


I'm sure there will be more but there is not enough room for them in a 4' x 4' plot.  
I don't have the heart to pull up some of them to make more room for the others. I can transplant some into large flower pots and let nature take care of the rest.
All of these plants came from an old rotting pumpkin. I buried all of its seeds just to see what would happen.

7 comments:

  1. Just think of all the jack-o-lanterns you'll have for Halloween!

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  2. I pr4edict lots of pumpkin foods at your house this fall.

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  3. Great to see new plants pushing up their first leaves of the year, You should have plenty of pumpkins.

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  4. wow, there will be a lot of pumpkins

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  5. It'll be interesting to see what they look like a few weeks from now!

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  6. That is wonderful, pumpkins when they grow. Wonder what type of pumpkin?

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  7. John, wait until all those pumpkin vines start running!

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