I just ordered some Seminole Pumpkin seed from Southern Exposure Seed Exchange. I've never had luck with Pumpkins being healthy and prolific here in Georgia and was very curious about this indigenous Florida pumpkin the Seminole Indians grew in the Everglades. My thinking is that if any pumpkin could handle Georgia's heat, humidity and disease that it would be a pumpkin native to the South. I'm just worried about how it will handle composted clay soil instead of sandy loam.
Has anyone here in Georgia in the clay zone grown this pumpkin??! If so, please do advise...