Saturday, 28 April 2012


We're halfways through autumn already and it appears the many feral pumpkin plants that have sprouted from our compost have decided it's high time they set fruit. Hidden beneath the bushes and amongst the long grass we've begun to notice a vast array of gorgeous looking pumpkins poking their way into the world. There's been whisperings on the vine that growing multiple varieties of pumpkin in close proximity can mean your plants set strange fruit - we've yet to try any yet but I guess it will be a case of suck it and see!

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