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Welcome to Ferry-Morse Home Gardening, 202 S Washington St., Norton MA 02766!
This pumpkin variety originated with Amish gardeners in the Maryland Mountains. With pumpkins weighing-in up to 90 pounds, it has established a proud reputation with home gardeners!
Thick, sweet, and moist.
Great for canning and perfect for pies.
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Plant your Amish Pie Heirloom Pumpkin seeds roughly 8' apart in rows, keeping rows approximately 8' apart.
Best practice: sow a few Amish Pie Heirloom Pumpkin seeds over a hill 9"-12" tall tall and 1' across. Choose an area with full sun after any chance of frost has passed. Thin to 3 plants per hill when 1" tall. When vines are 3" high, thin to the strongest plant in each hill. Use a heavy organic mulch to control weeds.
Ready to harvest in fall when rind cannot be dented with fingernail. Cut from vine with a sharp knife, leaving 3 inch handle.