Pumpkin Plants

Growing Pumpkins ~ Timing

Anonymous added on September 10, 2011 | Answered

We would like to grow pumpkins from the pumpkin that we're now eating. We have taken some seeds out of the pumpkin and put them on a paper towel. It is spring here in Australia and we want to plant them now. How long do we wait from the time we've taken them out of the pumpkin to planting? We would like to put the seeds directly in the soil.

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Answered on September 10, 2011

You can plant the seeds right away if it is spring. You only need to dry them if you plan on storing them before planting.

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