Still processing the pumpkins and squashes!
|This is the Amish Pie Pumpkin that I raised. Not sure if its a good example of how big they can get, as this one is obviously fairly small. Just keeping the pumpkin to use, no seeds on this one.|
|I believe this is either a Canada Crookneck or a Pennsylvania Dutch Crookneck. I bought it at HEB, so it wasn't labeled with any name other than "winter squash". In any case, its a crookneck winter squash.|
|This is a real old Dumpling squash. Too old to eat, so it's going to the deer, but I'm saving the seeds first!|
Inside the crookneck
|Now for the Porcelain Doll pumpkin! This is a hybrid, so I'm not sure how the seeds will do, but I'm willing to try! John had to help me open this one up, it has walls about 1-1/2 to 2" thick, with a real small seed cavity. FULL of pumpkin!|