This is a real pumpkin that was grown by the inmates at the Gus Harrison
Correctional Facility Adrian, Michigan.
Can you say HUGE?
This grain bin is inside their huge pole barn that also houses another smaller grain bin
with a bit of corn in it for children to play in.
Look at all these
25 cents each!!!
I was in heaven!
Can you believe that ALL THE ABOVE pumpkins and gourds were only
25 cents each also??
They had very unique pumpkins and squashes and I loved reading each sign.
I can be eaten as a summer squash when young, or when I'm mature I make an
interesting conversation piece on your fall display.
My name is
FLAT WHITE BOER
I am a pumpkin. Perfect for pies etc.
Large Speckled Apple...a gourd.
Speckled Swan...a gourd.
I am a gourd. It is not edible , but makes a great decoration.
A winter squash
I have a sweet, yellow-orange flesh that is excellent for pies, baking, canning
and homemade baby food. I can be stored in a cool, dry place for up to 3 months.
SQUASH NECK PUMPKIN
relative to the butternut squash