The Pumpkin Phantom

The Pumpkin Phantom MY DEAR FRIENDS: You have been chosen as one this fine night. By the Pumpkin Phantoms who’re out-a-sight. We send you these sweets to give you some joy. So please spread this happiness for all to enjoy. You must send two families goodies of sorts. Or within 48 hours you’ll break out in huge warts! Put this […]

Pumpkin dies off

  Pumpkin Disease Update – (Rick Latin) – Many growers have called expressing concern over an apparent lack of fruit set in their pumpkins. As you know, poor fruit set is not likely due to an infectious disease problem. High daytime and nighttime temperatures during most of July may be responsible for the production of fewer female blossoms. Also, high […]

Pumpkin Clipart – Big pumkin

It’s that time of the year again. This page will provide a nice selection of pumpkin clipart but you need to select the first orange link. You can select this “link” to see over 50 plus pumpkin cliparts or you can select this “link” to see a listing of the graphics. Some of the clip art is black and white, and […]

Growing Giant Pumpkins

GROWING GIANT PUMPKINS Basic Cultural Practices by Joel Holland SOIL PREPARATION: Minimum space is approx. 300 sq. ft. per plant. Doubling this space or even more would be an advantage, and will generally result in a larger pumpkin. Prepare the soil by cultivation. Rake out larger stones, clumps of sod, etc. Incorporate into the soil an inch or more of […]

FAQ on Big Giant Pumpkins, Atlantic Giant Pumpkin

FAQ on Growing Atlantic Giant Pumpkins For many, conditions in the old pumpkin patch are not great yet. Don’t jump the gun as many beginners do. If conditions are sloppy…..wait. They will get better soon. It is about time for some to start seeds inside. Some of us must wait a little longer. By starting a plant 3 or 4 […]

Setting Up a Vegetable Garden: What Should You Consider?

Just because you stay in a small area doesn’t mean you cannot enjoy the health benefits of fresh vegetables. A small garden space shouldn’t restrain you at all; instead, it should make you more creative. The small garden can still give you enough vegetables to feed your family. You can bring out your creative side by coming up with a […]

7 Basic Gardening Tips For Newbies

Gardening is without a doubt a great setup. It helps you burn calories, produces rewarding results, and encourages you to go outside. Whether you are looking to grow some beautiful flowers or delicious produce, these tips are designed for beginners will definitely get you started. Find your confidence with these tips now! 1. Start-up gardening Do not be intimidated by […]

How to properly take care of a lawn

Every house owner wants his lawn to be healthy and good-looking. But a healthy lawn is not just a sight for sore eyes. A healthy lawn helps cool the air and enrich it with oxygen. A novice gardener may think that caring for a lawn is a hard and energy-intensive job. The truth is, with proper technique and good timing, […]

Plant Hardiness Zone Map

What are hardiness zones? It seems every gardening book and nursery catalog refers to plant hardiness zones, also known as climate zones or growing zones. If you’re new to gardening, you may be wondering what all the fuss is with these zones, and how to find out which zone you are gardening in. Basically, plant hardiness zones are a guide […]

How to protect Plants from sun, heat and winter.

Many cultural practices have as their objectives the protection of plants from conditions and enemies that are likely to harm them. Among the most important of these are excessive cold, too high temperatures, sun, snow, water and wind, as well as diseases, insects, birds, animals, humans and weeds. Plant protection from “us’ or your neighbor is usually best achieved by […]