I planted some seedlings so that they would be established in time for our open garden scheme (held on the weekend of 8/9 Dec) and then afterwards planted some seeds. I'm not sure how it is going to work out as the established pumpkin vines may just overrun the seeds. Anyway, I have probably 7 different varieties of pumpkin and squash - butternut, jap, queensland blue (in the seedlings) and delicata squash, Crown prince, Australian butternut (my favourite), and a small blue pumpkin (name escapes me).
At the far end of the bed are the permanent plantings of (in this case) rhubarb. Three different types of rhubarb. I'd have to look up my planting log from 2005 to find out the names. I bought them from Diggers club and they produce beautiful stems. I usually end up using them with apples in late summer.
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