Gardening, raising kids, and other fun stuff,
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They look great! Wow, I'm impressed. I think I will grow these next year. When did you plant them? They will be so pretty around the house come Thanksgiving. I still have calabaza squash and Cinderella pumpkin decorating my house since we harvested in May-June! And they are good to eat too, especially the Calabaza. I won't be planting the Cinderellas for a while. They are really pretty, but they're stringy.Thanks for posting for me! I'm honored. :)-Mary
Beautiful pumpkins! And the vines look so healthy.
I planted in March (direct sow) and harvested in June. Should have waited until July but I was too impatient. I was really worried as my melons were being eaten left and right so I brought them in too early. Live and learn. I've never grown any kind of squash before this year.