Our Pumpkins...

With over 40,000 pumpkins growing across 10 acres, you'll be spoilt for choice! Which will you pick?

The Racer Pumpkin

The traditional one!

The king of the carvers weighing between 5-7kg. Very good flavour for cooking or baking and your best option for Halloween carving!
Can be stored for several weeks in a cool dry, frost-free location.

Crown Prince

The Blue one!

A very beautiful pumpkin, the 'Crown Prince' is a winter squash with blue-grey skin and bright orange flesh. Perfect for house decor and with a yummy pine flavour when roasted, this pumpkin is often a patch favourite!

The Pink Porcelain

Our absolute favourite!

This super pretty pumpkin is a pale pink colour and can also sometimes be found with blue speckles. This pumpkin is hugely popular for pretty porch decor so if you'd like one we'd encourage you to visit us sooner rather than later!

Goosebump Pump!

The warty one.. you either love them or hate them!

Although a little unsightly, the Goosebump pumpkin is still edible. The skin can unsurprisingly be a bit tough, but the insides are perfectly sweet for all those delicious pumpkin recipes!

Casperita Pumpkin

The princess of the Pumpkin world!

Part of the 'Munchkin' family, the Casperitas are dainty, pretty pumpkins, perfect for table decor. Not only do they look great, but they have a lovely sweet flavour and are thought to be the tastiest pumpkin you can eat.

Jill Be Little

The patch favourite.

Much loved by little people, these 'Munchkins' look great carved out with a tea light flickering away inside. Alternatively, it is delicious roasted with rosemary. You can slice off the top, scoop out the seeds and eat the flesh - we like it with butter or oil!

Turban Pumpkin

The Squash pretending to be a Pumpkin.

Yes, you read right. This is actually a Squash rather than a Pumpkin! Due to its jazzy appearance, the turban squash is often used for decoration, but it can be eaten too! The pale yellow flesh has a lovely mild and slightly nutty flavour with a soft, floury texture.

The Polar Bear

Named this for obvious reasons...

The most 'SPOOKTACULAR" of our Pumpkins. This ghostly white variety can grow up to 15kg in weight, making it a carving favourite and a real Halloween talking point! Interestingly though despite the white skin, the insides of this variety are still orange. This guy is particularly yummy roasted

Sweet Dumpling Squash

The mini marvel!

 This whitish-yellow and green squash is small and compact. Lovely as table decor, or roast the whole squash as the perfect-sized bowl for an individual serving.

Spaghetti squash!

Often mistaken for a melon!

Once roasted, the insides of this jolly pumpkin resemble spaghetti! By scraping the flesh, you'll get "strings" that closely resemble noodles. If you're in search of a healthy pasta alternative, try this very mild-tasting squash.

Remember, whichever pumpkin you pick, make the most of it and don't let it go to waste!

The Pumpkin Bumpkins PYO


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No dogs permitted except guide & assistant dogs. Vehicles are parked at the owner’s risk, and all items, belongings and other property brought onto the farm by visitors are at their own risk. For everyone’s safety, we reserve the right to ask people to leave if they do not abide by the rules. This is a working farm so please bear in mind that the ground can be uneven in places.  All children require continuous supervision in the pumpkin field by a responsible adult. 

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