Pumpkins do best when the seeds are planted directly in the ground.
Wait until the plant soil is 70ºF or more before sowing seeds outdoors. ...
Early sowing outdoors is rarely of much benefit as the seeds may not germinate if the soil is too cold, or cold temperatures may damage young plants.
Four weeks before the last frost is expected is about right.
Sow two or three seeds 2.5cm (1 inch) deep on their edges under cloches or glass jars with 38 to 60cm (15 to 24in) between plants.
Remove the weaker seedlings later.
10 seeds - €1
P&p- €2 extra
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11 months ago