Nature, Photography All Saints’ Eve Posted by Heyjude on October 31, 2018April 14, 2019 Seen in the walled garden at Trengwainton, Madron, Cornwall. Share this:EmailFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsAppLike this:Like Loading... Related
I’m amazed by the incredible variety in this display, so interesting!
They do grow an amazing variety of squash!
Such a terrific colourful variety Jude..I love the Turk’s Turban!
They are fabulous aren’t they? Don’t see them for sale though so I guess you have to grow your own.
Indeed. I wish I could grow just one!
Really? For the look of it, or to eat – pumpkin soup, perhaps?
To eat 🙂 Not a pumpkin, but one of the squashes – I adore butternut squash and gem squash.
Ah, I am partial to Butternut Squash
What an amazing variety so colourful
What a wonderful display.
Both the look and colour of autumn at its best 🙂
Sooo many pumpkins and squashes and I bet most get uneaten!
That was my thought too. Not many people actually pay pumpkins to eat. Sad really. It actually becomes a waste of agricultural space.
Let’s try this again …. BUY pumpkins to eat, not pay them. Sheesh. I shouldn’t comment before my morning coffee is finished 😏
I have never even seen half of these before. So colourful.
Best wishes, Pete. x
Not the choice you find in the supermarket!
It depends on which supermarket in which country. Many of the ones in your photograph were for sale in various stores in Austin leading up to Halloween.
We’d probably have to go to a farm store here.
I have a little row of butternuts sitting in the conservatory, love them in soup, veggie stew, risotto of jollof rice 🙂 I hope these get eaten!
You grew them? I failed miserably last year trying to grown courgettes so didn’t bother this year at all. They do use a lot of their produce in the cafe on site, so I imagine some of these will get eaten eventually. Hope so! Although saying that, the garden is closed now, so maybe the cafe is too 😦
These pumpkins look so festive. I guess some would be called squash?
They would. I don’t buy pumpkins now as they are too big, but I do love squash. A shame they don’t sell more varieties in the supermarkets.
I love to buy a whole pumpkin at the farmers’ market. I love it weightiness and promise of soup and roasts. I usually have to cut it up to share though. I would use only about one eight of the whole
50 shades of 🎃 pumpkins!
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