Is a pumpkin a fruit or a vegetable?
Technically speaking, It is a fruit because a pumpkin is a fleshy plant that has seeds in it and comes from a flower... It is from the gourd family.
It is a fruit because it has seeds
A pumpkin isn't a vegetable, it's technically a fruit.
Technically it is a fruit because it has seeds.
It's a fruit because if you were to cut it up it would something like cantelope
A pumpkin is part of the gourd family
A pumpkin comes from both categories but in different ways
It a gourd or something right?
It's a fruit cause it has seeds . Very very yummy seeds =)
It's a vegetable.
idk ! whats a tomato ? it has seeds but ppl call it a veggy ! IM CONFUSED NOW !
Its a fruit vegetable are plants that look more like grass and are eateble
Fruit, because darianmarshall has the right explanation, it has flower and seeds that makes it fruit... I knew it because i am a 1st honor student grade 4, it's true... I'm not a DUMBASS!
A pumpkin is classified as a fruit - a squash fruit that grows on a vine as a gourd.
Its neither vegetable nor fruit...
It's a vegetable, from the squash family to be more precise.
a fruit because it grows from the ground
not sure maybe a veg
ill say a fruit
its a fruit
It's a vegtibel
can be considered as both fruit and vegetable as it has the characteristics of both.
its a fruit cuz it has seeds
it is a vegetable
A fruit blc it has seeds!
It is widely accepted as a vegetable
its a vegetable i think.
yes, look @ wikipedia and some others, they say depending on the context, its both, a fruit and a vegetable! As well as others like tomato's, cucumbers, strawberries,etc... Go figure!