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Pumpkins have male flowers and female flowers.
At the base of the female flower you will see a tiny bulge that will become the fruit/pumpkin.
Male flowers last only a few days...the female flower will stay open only for a day or two.
It is up the the pollinators such as bees to transfer the pollen from one flower to the other at the optimum time.
Sometimes there are lots of male flowers and hardly any female flowers; this is normal.
If you have planted enough seeds you can hope to have successful pollination. You can hand pollinate to increase you chance of having fruit.