Mixed Heirloom Spooky Pumpkin and Winter Squash Mix Seeds Cucurbita pepo - Non-GMO, Fruit Seeds Bin#25

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A custom mix of organic pumpkin varieties that gives you all the colors and shapes of the rainbow. This is a great mix to grow for decorative fall decor.

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Open-pollinated mixed varieties of seeds. 100% NON-GMO Real Survival Seeds. Guaranteed Fresh, Vegetable Gardening Seeds Non Hybrid Seeds GROWN IN THE USA SOIL Temperature for Germination: 70-85F Sow 1 inch deep Plant Spacing: 4-8 feet apart Hardiness: Zones 4-10 Sun: full sun / partial shade. Soil Type: Moist, well-drained. Days to Germination: 10-21 days Germination Rate: 91% Additional Characteristics Direct Sow, Easy Care Plants, Edible Harvest Season: Early Fall, Late Summer, Mid Fall, Mid Summer, Late Fall Light Requirements: Full Sun Moisture Requirements: Moist, well-drained Resistance: Heat Tolerant, Humidity Tolerant, Powdery Mildew Soil Tolerance: Normal, loamy Uses: Beds, Cuisine, Ornamental, Outdoor, Vines and Climbers # of Seeds per Packet: 25+ Pepper Seeds

Planting Rainbow Pumpkin Seeds

Pumpkin seeds can be direct sown into warm soil or planted in starter pots and planted out into the spring garden. Plant pumpkin seeds 1″ deep into well-worked soil, watering deeply at the time of planting or prior. If you are starting seeds in starter pots or trays, plant the seeds 1″ deep into a pre-moistened high-quality seed starting mix. Once the seedlings have germinated and have the first set of true leaves be sure to fertilize regularly with an organic liquid fertilizer. Growing Rainbow Pumpkin Mix

You can plant your seedlings in the garden once they are 3-4 weeks old. Do not let your pumpkin plants get root bound, as this will greatly stunt their growth. Pumpkins need adequate spacing to be happy. Refer to specific spacing for the crop being planted. A granular organic fertilizer added to the planting area is a good idea if your garden has poor nutrient content or if you are growing in a new raised bed. Good moisture in the soil is needed. In Zones 4 and 10, this may mean watering by hand often or regular irrigation. DO NOT water overhead as this promotes foliar diseases. Be on the lookout for powdery mildew which is common in Zone 4 and 10 gardens.

Growing Pumpkin in Containers

If planting in containers, make sure your container is at least 20″ deep. Keep in mind containers will dry out faster because they have more surface area and less soil to hold onto moisture. Mulch heavily on the top layer of soil in the pot to keep the soil from drying out or heating up too much. One plant per container is usually all that can fit. Keep in mind, the most prolific pumpkin crop will need multiple plants for good pollination.

Harvesting Pumpkin

Pumpkins are best harvested at peak ripeness. This is typically when they have turned their appropriate color and when their skin can not be easily pierced with your nail.

Pumpkin Mix Seeds are a custom mix of organic pumpkin varieties that gives you all the colors and shapes of the rainbow. This is a great mix to grow for decorative fall decor. Kids will love the colors and shapes of these pumpkins.

Pumpkins are very thirsty plants and need lots of water. Water one inch per week. Water deeply, especially during fruit set. When watering: Try to keep foliage and fruit dry unless it’s a sunny day. Dampness will make rot and other diseases more likely.

Species: Variety of Pumpkin. We do NOT make any claims that you will receive all 50+ seed varieties since we have no way of knowing which are which. We pack the seeds randomly, so you will get a surprise pack. PUMPKIN varieties: Big Max, Cushaw Green Striped, Connecticut Field, Jarrahdale, Jack O Lantern, Mammoth Gold, Spookie, Small Sugar, Rouge Vif d'Etamps (aka Cinderella), Howden

WINTER SQUASH varieties: Marina di Chioggia, Berrettina Piacentina, Musquee (Moscade) de Provence, Marmellata (Jam) a.k.a. Jaune Gros de Paris, Quintale seme Giallo, Giant Pink Banana, Sweet Meat, Spaghetti, Ponca Personal Size Butternut, Turks Turban, Blue Hubbard, Burgess Buttercup, Table Queen Acorn, Table King Acorn, Waltham Butternut