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But those who do take a moment to visit at this time of year will find multicolored mums and marigolds; ornamental peppers in oranges and yellows and reds; pumpkins in oranges and whites and greens; and gourds, with or without warts.
Garden categories include vegetables, fruit, flowers and miscellaneous items such as gourds, pumpkins and sunflowers.
This will sterilize the gourd, killing any existing bacteria.
The master gardener is always ready to dispense them, one crowder pea or spinning gourd at a time.
When choosing a pumpkin to carve, people often overlook pumpkins and gourds with hardened bumps and bruises.
Like many competitive growers, Hunt has his pumpkin protocol down to a science with everything timed to produce a winning gourd the first weekend in October.
Festive decorations Halloween decorating is super fun with kids, especially if your kids are like mine and naturally gravitate towards the odd-looking, weird gourds and pumpkins at the patch.
The fall munchies included pumpkins, gourds and cornstalks.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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