Friday, October 18, 2013

Pirate Pete...A Pumpkin With Attitude!

Aaarghhh! It's been so long since I posted...I almost forgot how! But, alas matey's I got my bearings and popped in to the share a quick pic of Pirate Pete! A treat of sorts as we took a creative break from a busy day in the office! 
Have a great weekend wherever you set sail for!
I'm off to the SoCal Social  Can't wait!
Stay tuned for all the amazing details of my adventure!

3 comments:

Christine said...

wow I love your pirate pumpkin! Nice to hear from you Joni!

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Good post, loved it and good to see these guys again. Thank you for sharing it with us and keep posting such posts

ishhu said...

Before you really transplant your pumpkins to your garden, you will need to "harden off" your plants. To harden off your pumpkin seedlings, move them outside during the daytime and crop on watering. Your plants should have 2 or more true leaves at this stage and it'll are 3 to 4 weeks since you originally planted them. As pumpkins prefer warm temperatures, ideally the daytime temps will reach 75° to 85°F daytime and 60° to 65°F nighttime temperatures. However, if you reside as far North as we do, you'll not hit those temperatures until 2-4 weeks after transplanting, so it'd be advisable to use row covers and black plastic ground cover to assist your pumpkins to urge an honest start. You need a minimum soil temp of 60°F to plant your squash, so plant them in a neighborhood that gets many suns.

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