Can you grow pumpkins from the seeds we have just scraped out of the pumpkin?
By village from England
Yes, let them dry and you can plant them next year! Let them dry completely before storing them in an airtight container!
If you or your neighbors grew squash, your seeds may not produce pumpkins. Instead,you may get a cross between a squash and a pumpkin. Generally, these mixtures don't taste very good. We've grown them! Toni
Years ago after Halloween we threw our jack-o-lantern into the garden, thinking nothing of it until it sprouted in the late spring. We left it alone and it produced a very large pumpkin. Not sure how heavy but we had to use the wheel barrow to haul it to the front porch to carve.
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