Wednesday, September 29, 2010

The Pumpkins Are Ready!


I'm following the tendrils

to the pumpkin patch!
It's time
They're ready!
Bright and Round
Orange and Gold
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I already bought a few pie pumpkins!
They're outside with "Little Maria"


Let's see...
What other pumpkins will I find at the farmer's house?

...there are the small ones...
{2 to 5 pounds}

Baby Bear
Baby Pam
Small Sugar
Spooktacular
Sugar Treat
Winter Luxury
...And the middle size ones...
{8 to 15 pounds}

Autumn Gold
Bushkin
Frosty
Funny Face
Harvest Moon
Jack-o-Lantern
Long Island Cheese
Lumina (white skin)
Spirit
Young's Beauty
and the pretty Cinderella 
...the bigger ones...
{15 to 25 pounds}
Aspen
Big Autumn
Big Tom
Connecticut Field
Ghost Rider
Happy Jack
Howden Field
Jackpot
Jumpin' Jack
Magic Lantern PMR
Pankow's Field
...and the JUMBO ones...
 {50 to 100 pounds}
Atlantic Giant 
(This variety holds the worlds record for the heaviest pumpkin: 1,689 pounds, grown by Joe Jutras)
Big Max
Big Moon
Mammoth Gold
Prizewinner

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I know I'll find some beauties!
They're just down the road
and around the corner
at the farmer's house!

Happy Harvest Time to You All!

Wishing you JOY and Pumpkin Size- Smiles!

16 comments:

Julie Harward said...

I think little Maria is having so much fun! I didn't know there were so many fun varieties! LOl

It's me said...

Beautiful post Maria.......fun !!....happy day........loev love love Ria....

LindyLouMac said...

Oh pumpkins and it is not even October yet, but they do look beautiful.

Diana said...

Oh I love Pumpkin shopping don't you? Well I can tell by your post that you do too! I must get some soon.
Love Di ♥

Wanda..... said...

We live near a local pumpkin farm too, Maria! We just had our "first" pumpkin pie this fall!

koralee said...

Oh maria.....I adore pumpkins..just picked some up on the weekend but need more for my outside doorstep.

I really did not know there were so many different kinds...I adore the white ones.

You are sooooooo sweet..thank you for adding The Holiday Magazine to your sidebar...I can't wait until it comes out...My piece is only tiny but it is still in there!!!!

Hugs for a great day....it is a real Fall day here. I LOVE IT!!!

francis said...

unbelievable ..... so many .
In our schoolyard we had some pretties too. Each class received a big one . So many and so big must be the american dream . Holland is to small for all of this ... hihi .
Today we celebrated the festival of Saint Michael , harvest feast in kindergarten . We also had a smith on our playground . Impressive !
Wishing you a wonderful week

The Coupon Goddess said...

I love the pumpkins I see in the fields here in North Carolina. Lets me know that Autumn is truly ready! As ready as I am for it!!

Happy (and peaceful) Wednesday to you!

The Captain's Daughter said...

I love the pumpkins I see in the fields here in North Carolina. Lets me know that Autumn is truly ready! As ready as I am for it!!

Happy (and peaceful) Wednesday to you!

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

I didn't know there were so many kinds of pumpkins. How fun to have so many choices so close to home!

~*~ saskia ~*~ said...

No Fall without pumpkins! Wish you could go down the street, around the corner and get a glimpse of these orange beauties. To be honest, I do not decorate those outside my house but I'm planning to make some soup, or better, try to make some soup. Perhaps this year.
Much love for the rest of the week, sweet friend xoxoxo

Cláudia Murakami said...

Soooo happy post, dear Maria!!! I LOVE it!!! Happy and blessed harvest, sweet, may you pick mch love and bunches of lovely moments always!!!

Kisses!! Bela.

Cathy said...

I love Little Maria with the pumpkins!

Linda said...

What a wonderful teacher you are Maria. I had no idea there were that many varieties of pumpkins!

Gloria said...

I love the photo of your little Maria and pumpkins! Adorable!

EcoRover said...

And late at night, the Great Pumpkin descended from the sky...

Really love the pumpkin field shot--we used to grow little eating pumpkins--better than squash when baked.