Where on earth did you manage to get seeds for that pumpkin?
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Windsor Black Pumpkin SeedsHello Jane and Adam . Jane I have tried your email with out success , I am desperate to get some Windsor Black Pumpkin seeds and willing to pay all costs . Can you email me Laurie A heritage gardener in Mount Waverley .
My March 2017 garden is full of very interesting pumpkins but not a true Windsor black in sight. My open pollinated seeds have bred a very close to black Windsor, several Hubbard squash shaped ones and even an orange pumpkin. The seeds all came from Windsor black pumpkin but were open pollinated. I suggest that this is why the Windsor black is rare,because it seems to cross with every other pumpkin in the area.The orange pumpkins were grown in another paddock by my mum ,she grew the same type every year. Now I have a lovely reminder of her in my pumpkin patch. I lost mum last June. This will be my first pumpkin crop with out the mum who gave me my love of pumpkins .I think of her every time I see that one orange, Windsor shaped, pumpkin in amongst the dark green ones,very ironic.
Jane It seems we will not have a perfect Windsor Black Pumpkin , but would like one nearest to perfect please . I live at 14 Amber Grove Mount Waverley 4149 . I am using my main email address here . or If convenient can I come and collect one . Laurie Thompson
Jane . My post code is 3149 not 4149 Laurie
Jane I have two emails email@example.com and LT030329@bigpond.net.au . Is the a reasonable Black Windsor pumpkin which I can have . Laurie Thompson
Hi Laurie,I hope you like the Black Windsor pumpkin that my daughter dropped off for you and I hope you get some viable seeds from it.I only got two Good looking windsors from my lot and gave you that one.All the rest of mine have white bits on them so good to eat but not good to grow next year.all the best... Jane