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for a Spooky Season

All-in-One Halloween Decorative Pumpkin Seed Bank - 16 Varieties

Dive into the world of pumpkin wonders with the comprehensive collection of 16 decorative pumpkin seed varieties, each carefully selected for their unique shape, color and personality. From adorable mini pumpkins to striking heirloom giants, your autumn display will be the talk of the town. Embrace your gardening creativity and create your own autumn masterpiece.

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Trick Question about Pumpkin

Which Part of a Pumpkin are Edible?

All Parts are Edible

All parts of the pumpkin are edible, including the seeds, leaves, flowers and fruits (except ornamental pumpkins).

Grow homegrown pumpkins for a festive fall, as well as being decorative. Pumpkins offer delicious treats, perfect for making mouth-watering pies, hearty soups, full-flavored pumpkin spice latte and savory roasts.

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Pumpkin Seeds

The usual practice is to make roasted pumpkin seeds. Add a little oil or salt to the pumpkin seeds and place them in the oven to get a crispy and tasty snack. If they are roasted properly, you can eat them in their shells.

Pumpkin Leaves

Pumpkin leaves, like other green vegetables, are full of nutritional value, including antioxidants, minerals and more. Try to choose the more tender pumpkin leaves and cook them in the same way as any other vegetable.

Pumpkin Flowers

Pumpkin flowers are rich in vitamins and micronutrients and can be eaten straight away, added to salads, or used as garnishes. (Try to choose to eat the male flowers if you still want a real pumpkin).

Pumpkin Fruits

Pumpkin is one of the most popular foods in the fall, and growing your own pumpkin is not only delicious and healthy, but it can also be used to make a variety of homemade dishes and beverages such as pumpkin pie, pumpkin soup, and pumpkin spice lattes!

From Seeds to Jack-o'-Lantern Dreams