How Long Does It Take to Grow Pumpkins?


How long it takes to grow pumpkins can vary. The average time is approximately 110 days. Some larger pumpkins will take longer and some may take a few days less.
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Pumpkins are in the squash family and grow on vines. The vines generally have large green leaves and start to dry out as pumpkins mature.
1. Look in a gardening catalog or online for pumpkin seeds that produce small or miniature pumpkins. Purchase seeds for one or more varieties. Sugar Pie, Small Sugar and Jack Be Little
Growing giant pumpkins is definitely more science than art, but it is evolving quickly. Start with good seed. Prepare the soil and adjust pH to between 6.5 and 6.8. Start seed 6 inches
1 Find out when to plant pumpkins in your region. Pumpkin seeds do not germinate in cold soil, so they need to be planted after the chance of frost has passed. Plan to plant pumpkins
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