Tweet No garden plant gets more attention in October than the pumpkin. If you are interested in growing your own pumpkins for pies, soups, and decorations, you will want to ensure that you are able to harvest in time to enjoy them throughout the season. The real key to harvesting pumpkins for Halloween lies in […]


How to Grow Pumpkins

by on June 18, 2012

Tweet They’re the most recognizable symbols of fall, but pumpkins are more than just pretty decorations. You haven’t lived until you have made a homemade pumpkin pie from pumpkin you grew in your own garden. AT A GLANCE: PUMKINS Temp Range: 50 – 60 degrees F Seed to Plate: 90 – 100 days Light Needs: […]


Tweet Summer squash is a favorite garden vegetable beloved everywhere for its mild flavor as well as for how easy it is to grow. As its name might suggest, summer squash is susceptible to frost and can be damaged if planted too early or too late in the season. AT A GLANCE: SUMMER SQUASH Temp […]

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