Pumpkin Patch
Pumpkin Patch

Pumpkin Patch


We don’t have an actual pumpkin patch here on our homestead, but we do have a spot where we throw the old squashes, pumpkins and gourds we use to decorate our front porch each autumn.  For four years now, I’ve not had to buy them at the store because we harvest enough from the volunteers that spring up in the squash compost pile.  These varieties do vine so they will need to be trained over trellises or allowed to wander on the ground.  This mix includes winter squashes, small gourds, and pumpkins.

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Growing Suggestions:
Using a rake or a cultivator hand tool (for containers/pots), loosen the dirt and create a hills/mounds 2-3 feet apart.  Plant 3-4 seeds per mound.  These thrive in sunny areas. Plant from mid-May through early July for autumn harvest.


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