The Q&A Archives: pumpkins

Question: Is it too late to replant pumpkins from seed?

Answer: It is too late, unless you are lucky and have the first frost later than usual and you plant a fast maturing variety. Most pumpkins take 90-100 days or more to mature, plus you need to cure them. Since the season is already so far along you should add about ten days to account for that as well. On the other hand, they should germinate very fast in the warm soil.

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