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This is really cool! Time-lapse of giant pumpkin growing

Posted by TheTradition 9b (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 31, 13 at 15:22

Really neat watching this go from seed to an "Atlantic Giant" pumpkin. Better than watching grass grow!

Here is a link that might be useful: Yahoo News video of time-lapse pumpkin

This post was edited by TheTradition on Thu, Oct 31, 13 at 15:24


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RE: This is really cool! Time-lapse of giant pumpkin growing

Clicking your link brings up:

We're so sorry! We're no longer able to display this video


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RE: This is really cool! Time-lapse of giant pumpkin growing

The original works fine for me, but here's one designed to be shared rather than the URL in my browser address line.

Here is a link that might be useful: Maybe this one will work


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RE: This is really cool! Time-lapse of giant pumpkin growing

Yeah, that one works. That was some pumpkin!


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RE: This is really cool! Time-lapse of giant pumpkin growing

  • Posted by whgille Oakland FL Zone 9B (My Page) on
    Fri, Nov 1, 13 at 13:11

I agree with Writersblock, that was some pumpkin! I saw a huge one at the local farmers market, unfortunately I think they are just for the show quality and not so good for eating. For me it is time to make pumpkin soup again.

I made one time a pumpkin roll that everyone liked it.:)

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Silvia


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RE: This is really cool! Time-lapse of giant pumpkin growing

That thing is not a plant, its an animal.

I am going to try a Seminole Pumpkin this summer, I know not a real pumpkin. I'm just looking for warm weather options for my zone. I'm not that into pumpkin to sacrifice the space any other time of year. But that is just me! I am not a pumpkin hater!! lol


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RE: This is really cool! Time-lapse of giant pumpkin growing

  • Posted by L_in_FL 8B/9A Border, NW FL (My Page) on
    Sat, Nov 2, 13 at 15:14

That was a neat video. Thanks for posting.

Orlando-Dave, Seminole Pumpkin may not be a "real" pumpkin, but it is tasty. it also doesn't require a crane to move. :-)

Good luck and I hope you get a bunch next year.


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