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ISO help with pumpkins - wants LOTS of seeds

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ISO help with pumpkins - wants LOTS of seeds

Post  JeanneRamick on 3/19/2012, 12:23 am

Are there any pumpkins that are known for having a lot of seeds?

Jack-o-lanterns are a thing of the past for me, but I have Grand and Greatgrand kids who love to munch on my salty pumpkin seeds. Uhmm, they might have gotten that family trait from me. Laughing

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Re: ISO help with pumpkins - wants LOTS of seeds

Post  UnderTheBlackWalnut on 3/19/2012, 1:44 am

Can't help much with number of seeds, but I've seen videos on youtube of hull-less seeded pumpkins. Basically the seeds don't have the hulls or shells...they are supposed to be very snackable, but the flesh isn't very flavorful...

Keep us posted on what you decide (the seeds are one of my favorite parts too) Smile
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