Mini Jack Baby Pumpkin Seeds

by Ashley Cotter-Cairns
(Container Gardening For You)

Although a lot of attention is given to growing giant pumpkins, that doesn't mean that their much smaller cousins cannot do well, especially in containers.

Mini pumpkins are actually pretty fun to grow. With growing habits similar to regular-sized pumpkins, you can also cook, or carve lanterns from, the adorable little pumpkins like you would any other pumpkin.

Plant some of these Renee's Garden Mini Jack Baby Pumpkin Seeds and have more reasons to get creative with your recipes this year.

These Mini Jack pumpkins grow about 3 to 4 inches in diameter and would easily fit in the palm of your hand. The orange, deep-ribbed fruits can be baked whole or hollowed out to serve soup, appetizers, stuffed recipes, and even desserts.

The plants take off vigorously and seem to be less likely bothered by pests. Grow them along fences, on trellises, or down from a balcony or deck for a beautiful and natural fall decoration.

Read reviews of Mini Jack Baby Pumpkin Seeds at Amazon

Takes up less space: Even the urban gardeners who do not have the luxury of having wide planting space will enjoy growing these cute little pumpkins. You can grow them in large containers and train them up to the fence

Very decorative: The baby pumpkin may be very small but they surely have a huge presence in fall decoration. Mini pumpkin decorations are the rage from fall through Thanksgiving

Informative seed packets: You will find all the essential growing information you need in the seed packet. You can also visit the manufacturerís website for more gardening tips and advice

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