When Do You Plant Pumpkins in Texas?

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The best time to plant pumpkins in Texas is during hot weather and long days. It is not advisable to have early planting because pumpkins do not do well in cool soil.
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Plant pumpkins after all danger of frost has passed. Texas Gardener recommends planting seeds 1/2 to 1 inch deep in groups of three to five plants. Avoid early planting, since these
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1. Buy a pack of high quality pumpkin seeds. Ad. 2. Fill a small plant pot with good quality compost and water it. 3. Put the pumpkin seeds in the pot flat and cover with a thin layer
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The lifespan depends on the environment, and the weather. A pumpkin lasts longer if it's in a cool, dry, shaded setting. Cool storage such as refrigeration will add to its lifespan.
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Pumpkins are believed to have been first cultivated in Central America.
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