• Posts Tagged ‘pumpkins’

    5th Annual Fall Preview

    by  • September 15, 2017 •  • 0 Comments

    Don’t miss The Greenery’s 5th annual Fall Preview.    Join The Greenery Garden Shop as we celebrate all that is fall . The beautiful Garden Shop will come alive with fall color:  Turkeys, gorgeous fall silks, fresh, faux and wooden pumpkins to decorate inside or on your front porch.  We can’t wait for you to...

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    Fresh Pumpkins have arrived!!

    by  • September 7, 2017 • Uncategorized • 0 Comments

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    Tips for keeping your pumpkins & ornamental squash fresh

    1. Keep them dry – especially underneath. Moisture from below will begin decomposition and rotting.
    2. Do not mar the skin – pumpkins have thick outer skin for protection. If the skin is scraped, scratched or poked the pumpkin will begin to rot.
    3. Don’t waste them – bake them! Many of the pumpkins and ornamental squash are tasty and great for baking after the season.

     

    Happy Pumpkin Season!

    Fall Preview & Shopping Night

    by  • September 16, 2016 •  • 0 Comments

    Don’t miss The Greenery’s 4th annual Fall Preview.  We’ve dressed the walls with new color that beautifully shows off all our new fall décor and gifts: Jack O’Lanterns and ghosts, turkeys, gorgeous new fall silks; fresh, faux and wooden pumpkins to decorate inside your home or to make your front porch the talk of...

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    Planting & Growing Pumpkins

    by  • June 10, 2015 • Adria's Garden Blog, In the Garden • 0 Comments

    Did you know that it is time to plant pumpkins? Or have you already planted them?

    The reason why we wait to plant pumpkins until now is because if planted earlier they will be ready LONG before Halloween! The trick is to look at the days to maturity listed on the seed packet then using a calendar, count back from Halloween. Depending on the variety they take 90-120 days to mature, so at the most, 3 months from Halloween is the end of June! I like to add a few weeks just for crop failure or slow starting, which means the time is now! (more…)