Pumpkins & Broomcorn

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Alan in Vermont

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Two success stories out of a dismal gardening year.

A decent pumpkin crop with one outstanding specimen and the makings of a witches broom for Elisha. The pumpkin measures 34" across and 24" high, some of the broomcorn hits the 14' mark.
 

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Crabbergirl

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Really cool! Looks great. Don't feel alone on the rough year. I just planted all my fall crops and they were up and doing well, until..... a dillo plowed the entire garden and now I have very few suffering plants. :(
 

lynpenny

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Staff member
pumpkins are a favorite of my grandchildren. I have not planted them in years. I know it isn't much but any crop success is welcome in a year like this. Good job there.
 


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