Pumpkin Hundredweight (3 Plants) Organic

This product is exempt from any promotions, discounts and express delivery | Despatch from Late April

The Pumpkin Hundredweight can produces large oval/round fruit which have a beautiful deep orange flesh perfect for making soups or pumpkin pie
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Pack Content: 3 Plants
Product Code: VEG-164
Delivery: £4.95 P&P
Price: £5.95
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Plants are delivered from late April to July

Minimum Quantity on Veg Plant Orders is Three Packs (any varieties)

Delivery from Late April onwards

The Pumpkin Hundredweight can produces large oval/round fruit which have a beautiful deep orange flesh perfect for making soups or pumpkin pie. 

Supplied as 3 healthy organic pumpkin plants, this variety can produce fruits up to 25kg. To grow these enormous pumpkins you need to allow approx. 2m between plants and thin out other fruits as they form. This will allow your larger fruits to gain all the nutrients and water it needs to grow to super size. 

  • Organic Pumpkin Hundredweight Plants
  • Supplied as 3 healthy growing plants
  • Produces large oval/round fruits
  • Pumpkins can grow up to 25kg!
  • Tasty, deep orange flesh great in soups and pies
  • Delivery from Late April onwards
  • Allow up to 3 weeks for delivery

Growing Advice

Pumpkins like to be in full sun with plenty of space. Pumpkins are hungry plants so make sure you dig in planty of organic fertiliser when you plant them. 

Pumpkins grow well outside so if you have the space go for a raised bed or similar and plant them approx. 2 metres apart. Plant them outside after the risk of frost has passed, until then keep them in post undercover.

Make sure you water the plants regularly and thoroughly to encourage the fruit to swell. Keep an eye out for powdery mildew on the leaves. 

You can easily tell when your pumpkins are ready to be harvested by their size and colour. Allow them to ripen on the plant for a few days before picking, but make sure you harvest them before any frosts. When harvesting make sure you cut off the stem as close to the vegetable as possible.

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