Today is the last day of 2019. What did I learn this year? And what am I looking forward to in 2020?
Just a short post to acknowledge myself for putting out 300 of these so far in this pumpkin journey.
We are now well into October now and it is the start of the giant pumpkin growing season here in New Zealand. Is this the most exciting time of the year? How will it go, and what are your predictions?
I’m being organised and have dug out my germination box for the upcoming giant pumpkin season, find out what I use to start my giant pumpkin seeds.
I’ve decided to make a change around The Pumpkin post newsletter, find out what that is in this update.
What went well for me and what didn’t in the 2019 giant pumpkin growing season? I list down everything I can think of to help me prepare for next season and hopefully help you with ideas about your giant pumpkin growing in the future.
Some of the vines were soft and rotting, leading up the stem which had a soft spot. I decided to cut Jerry from the vine. Hopefully it will last until the Carnival.
With the pumpkin season upon us I’ve been kept busy this first half of October, find out what I’ve been up to.
In this post I talk about the launch of The Pumpkin Podcast, and I caught up with Tim and Alex and saw their awesome pumpkins.
I’ve had a cold this week, so no vlog, but a blog update on being interviewed by BBC World News, and an update on the patch.