Baby pumpkins are forming! We’ll see if they set.
How lovely! My plants are too tiny to have anything yet, but I saw that I have some flowers on my tomatoes, eggplants and some peppers growing which gives me some feeling of accomplisment :]When did plant them in your garden Kathy?Huli
That's a fab photo!
Glad to see gardens are progressing after all the rain we've had.
Almost pumpkin jam time!
Huli, I planted these seeds on April 29 and transplanted to the garden on May 30.
That's the best way to start pumpkins. Make sure to mound the dirt up around your pumpkin plants. This will allow ample drainage for the plant.
Try to let your vines grow diagonally across your garden if possible. Off of the main vine you will get secondary vines. Then off of the secondaries you will get tertiary vines. Pull these vines off to ensure your pumpkins are getting their full nutrients.
Awwwww What a cutie!!!
Happy Gardening,-Kristina K.
Urban Farm Wife
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