Annual Fruiting Vine
Summer, Fall, Early Winter
Can harvest May-December, however, it's best to plant in June and harvest in Fall-Winter because the summer rain provides the liberal amounts of water required for growth.
Up to 25 ft. long
Soil & Moisture:
Rich moist soil, has drought tolerance and likes a variety of soil conditions from rich compost and fertilizer to dry and sandy. Seminole Pumpkin is so unique because, unlike other squash varieties, it really thrives in the hot rainy season.
Part Shade, Shade
Outdoors 4-11 with frost protection; Patio/Greenhouse 4+
Our Seminole Pumpkin plants are grown from seed and ready to produce within one growing season.