Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Seeds for Next Year. . .

I purchased these seeds for next years garden from Cherry Gal, and they look wonderful. You get to read a history of the plant, and more!

These are Long Island Cheese pumpkins. These pumpkins are what started it all. I was having some work done at the dentist office and while perusing their lovely magazine collection, came across these filigree pumpkins. These are in the current issue of Martha Stewart Living.


Here are the Musquee De Provence ones. . . Groovy.


Star of the Veld, just because I found them on the CherryGal site and love the burst of color.

8 comments:

Dingo said...

I wish those pumpkins were made of cheese. Mmmmm.....

Kristen said...

Oh how gorgeous!

It makes me want to run home and do some fall decorating.

My boss will totally understand won't she?

antigoni said...

I love pumpkins. We eat them a lot.

Rachel said...

Jen, I so want to come collect my apron in person. Are you up for it? :)

Liz said...

Those pumpkins are gorgeous!

Anonymous said...

I hope you're feeling better, sweetie! Hugs, MOM

Julie said...

Oh, Jenny!
I'm off to order some, too! ;*)
I was just reading about those pumpkins -- they're lovely!
We stopped at a country roadside stand the other day and bought an "albino" pumpkin (not sure if that's it's name, just what I'm calling it!) I almost bought a cinderella pumpkin (kicking myself!)
Thanks for sharing the website!

BTW, has your snot dried up, yet?!?!? Seriously, I hope you're feeling better!
Blessings,
Julie

Tamara Jansen said...

I just picked up my copy of Martha Stewart Living. Love the pumpkins. I think I'll try make some front door urns soon...