BlogPumpkin updates since 2010
It’s time to start preparing the tiny patch. One area I need to sort out is to remove tree stumps.
What items do I have on hand for giant pumpkin growing this season? What items do I still want to get?
I’m back from my break. Find out what I’ve been up to, what I’ve realised and what is coming next.
It’s the end of our season. So time for me to take a break, start planning and work out what I want to do in different areas. This post breaks them down.
Willem le Grange has taken the South African giant pumpkin record with a pumpkin weighing in at 904.5kg. (1994lb)
The end of my season is here. I talk about what went well, what didn’t and how I got the seeds out of my pumpkin.
Pumpkin plants dying during the growing season is not ideal. In this post I talk about how I think my giant pumpkin plant got downy mildew or some sort of bacterial problem. And what I should have done about it.
What else I have I been growing this season? Plus an update on the giant pumpkin.
The downward slope to the end of the season is upon us. What’s happened to the Tiny Patch 2.0?
It pays to have a backup pumpkin when the one you want to grow aborts and rots.
It was pollination time in the Tiny Patch 2.0 recently. Find out how that went, and what else has been happening in the patch.
It’s time to start burying some vines in the Tiny Patch 2.0, find out how I’m doing it this year.
It’s the start of December. Find out how the pumpkin plant is growing and what makes it unique.
It’s time to get the chosen one transplanted and out into the tiny patch 2.0.
Now that the seedlings have grown, the first true leaf is showing. It is time to harden them off, and get them ready for transplanting.
It’s the start of the 2022 season, how has seed germination been going for me? Find out in this post.