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Dark Knight pumpkin (PMR/F1/c.pepo) seeds: black pumpkin, Halloween, Jack-o-lantern, pumpkin, pumpkins seed ,squash, black squash

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Материалы: 10 seeds, FREE stake to label your pumpkins, Instructions

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Dark Knight Pumpkin Seeds:

The Dark Knight Pumpkin is a show-stopping pumpkin that looks similar to a Jack-O-Lantern, but the skin will turn an intense dark green borderline black color. If left to ripen a bit longer it will be black and orange, perfect for Halloween!

This pumpkin has an attractive oblong shape with smooth subtle ribs. You can expect fruit within 100-110 days from sowing your seeds.

*Treated and untreated seeds are available. Seeds that have been treated with a fungicide (anti-fungus) sulfur compound to prevent disease and mildew, increase germination, increase plant health, and increase fruit yield. Safe for pollinators.

**All orders that include the purchase of 5 or more items will receive a free gift.

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Часто задаваемые вопросы

Since we grow many of our own seeds, we are not able to offer seeds for sale in bulk as we are limited on quantities. Doing this would merit a discount and our price margin isn’t big enough to offer a wholesale discount. In addition, this would clean out our inventory since we are a smaller operation.

You will not be charged shipping per item. If you put an item in your cart and add items, there is no additional charge for each item. Our seeds are extremely light and most of them are in 2×2 bags. You will only be charged 1 time for shipping for your entire order, not per item.

Every seed will come with growing instructions.

We will do our best to accommodate custom orders, please reach out. All of our seeds are pre-bagged and tagged so we can get orders out in the 24 our fulfillment time we promise. We are unable to mix and match a variety of seeds for inventory and bookkeeping reasons.

From where we are (Colorado Springs, Co.) to the border of Canada & Michigan, USPS charges approx. $3.81 U.S. Once a package crosses into Canada, the Canadian post adds several customs fees. These include a fee known as the GST or Goods & services tax.

If these aren’t included in the shipping, the package isn’t allowed to leave the U.S. For most of Canada, the fees are a 5% increase, Ontario is a 13% GST, and New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Labrador, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island are 15% GST.

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The Canadian post is also an independent business vs. a government run entity. This means they set the prices & fees as they wish instead of being set by the government (like USPS). WE HAVE NO CONTROL OVER THESE FEES.

We have experienced several situations where a package may show up as delivered but actually ends up showing up 2-7 days later. We ask that you are patient during this time to see if it arrives.

When we put the packages in the mailbox, USPS takes over. We are not able to talk to the mailman on your route, USPS won’t give us this information. If your package is missing, please try to contact USPS as they can provide you more information since the package was coming to your area. You may even request the GPS location of the driver during the scan to see if the location of drop off was correct. The link below will give you the option to file a missing package report or to get assistance.

Last year we experienced significant losses due to missing, & lost deliveries. Please bear in mind these are out of our control.

When we print out USPS labels, they pre-fill with information the customer entered. We are not responsible for returns due to missing apt. #’s, or incorrect addresses. If you wish to cancel your order we’ll refund you the price of the seeds but will retain enough to cover the shipping as USPS doesn’t refund us the label, this would come out of our pockets. We’ll also retain $1 as the PO Box charges us a $1 fee per package pickup

If you want your order resent, we ask you pay the shipping since another label would have to come out of our pocket. We are a small business & can’t cover labels due to address errors.

If you experience low or no germination on your seeds, please reach out prior to leaving a negative review. If you paid for seeds, we want you to grow what you were expecting. We will ask questions to try to troubleshoot what may have gone wrong. We are doing this to help you.

The growing instructions are provided to set you up for success. We have found folks may disregard the instructions and their seeds don’t grow. Please follow the instructions carefully. Not all seeds require a heat or germination mat, when starting seeds indoors, make sure your seeds have drainage holes, when you are transplanting, make sure to put your plants where their light requirements are met. Please make sure you are also planting per your gardening zone.

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Dark Knight Pumpkin

100 days. You can choose your look with this unique pumpkin. Harvest it early when it’s deep, deep green to almost black for dramatic displays (no need to paint it for that Pinterest-worthy look!), or leave it on the vine to ripen to bright orange. Either way, these long-lasting, 8-10 pound pumpkins have an endearing fat teardrop shape with moderate ribbing on powdery mildew-resistant semi-bush vines. (F1.)

One packet of about 15 seeds

  • Buy 10 for $4.00 each and save 10 %
  • Buy 50 for $3.35 each and save 25 %

Easy to grow Pumpkins are best direct-sown in well-draining, fertile, 60°F soil, two weeks past the last spring frost date with plenty of room to ramble. To win a prize for size, incorporate massive amounts of compost and/or well-rotted manure into the patch. Ease up on watering towards maturity to avoid watery flesh. Harvest with a sharp knife, leaving 2″ of stem when leaves wither or skin is hard enough to resist piercing with your thumbnail. Cure, leaving outdoors in the sun for ten days, or in a warm, dry room for four to five days, then store in a cool, dry place. Besides Jack-o-lanterns and pie with whipped cream, Pumpkin is big in world cuisine now: Italians adore Pumpkin-filled pasta. How about Basque soup with Cabbage, Garlic and dried Beans or an exotic and spicy Moroccan pork and Pumpkin tagine? Bee friendly. Deer resistant.

Average seed life: 2 years.

  • Pumpkin Sowing Instructions
    Planting Depth
    :1”
    Row Spacing:5’
    Hill Spacing:5’-6’
    Days to Germination: 5-10 days
    Germination Temperature: 65°-75°F

Pumpkins need space to ramble, as well as a hot growing site in full sunlight. They may be started outdoors shortly after the last frost. Direct-sow 3 to 5 seeds per hill, then thin to the 2 strongest seedlings. To start seedlings indoors, sow singly in pots 3 to 4 weeks before transplant date. Provide seedlings with good ventilation, strong light and even moisture. Transplant outdoors after the last frost date. Enrich soil with organic fertilizer, compost and/or well rotted manure. Cover seedlings with cloches if it gets cool, water regularly and feed as needed with kelp or fish emulsion. (Powdery mildew on leaves won’t affect the pumpkins.) Harvest when mature with a sharp knife, leaving 2″ of stem at the top. To cure Pumpkins, if there is no danger of frost, leave outdoors in the sun for 10 days or place in a warm, dry room for 5 to 7 days. Store in a cool, dry place until use.

Cooking Tip:
The Frost Is on the Pumpkin

We’d be happy just to grow Rouge d’Étampes Pumpkins for their beauty alone, but they also make heavenly, velvety soups. Since they often grow quite large, we cut them up into large chunks, blanch briefly in boiling water, then wrap the chunks individually in foil and put them in the freezer for a winter-long supply.

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Easy to grow Pumpkins are best direct-sown in well-draining, fertile, 60°F soil, two weeks past the last spring frost date with plenty of room to ramble. To win a prize for size, incorporate massive amounts of compost and/or well-rotted manure into the patch. Ease up on watering towards maturity to avoid watery flesh. Harvest with a sharp knife, leaving 2″ of stem when leaves wither or skin is hard enough to resist piercing with your thumbnail. Cure, leaving outdoors in the sun for ten days, or in a warm, dry room for four to five days, then store in a cool, dry place. Besides Jack-o-lanterns and pie with whipped cream, Pumpkin is big in world cuisine now: Italians adore Pumpkin-filled pasta. How about Basque soup with Cabbage, Garlic and dried Beans or an exotic and spicy Moroccan pork and Pumpkin tagine? Bee friendly. Deer resistant.

Average seed life: 2 years.

  • Pumpkin Sowing Instructions
    Planting Depth
    :1”
    Row Spacing:5’
    Hill Spacing:5’-6’
    Days to Germination: 5-10 days
    Germination Temperature: 65°-75°F

Pumpkins need space to ramble, as well as a hot growing site in full sunlight. They may be started outdoors shortly after the last frost. Direct-sow 3 to 5 seeds per hill, then thin to the 2 strongest seedlings. To start seedlings indoors, sow singly in pots 3 to 4 weeks before transplant date. Provide seedlings with good ventilation, strong light and even moisture. Transplant outdoors after the last frost date. Enrich soil with organic fertilizer, compost and/or well rotted manure. Cover seedlings with cloches if it gets cool, water regularly and feed as needed with kelp or fish emulsion. (Powdery mildew on leaves won’t affect the pumpkins.) Harvest when mature with a sharp knife, leaving 2″ of stem at the top. To cure Pumpkins, if there is no danger of frost, leave outdoors in the sun for 10 days or place in a warm, dry room for 5 to 7 days. Store in a cool, dry place until use.

Cooking Tip:
The Frost Is on the Pumpkin

We’d be happy just to grow Rouge d’Étampes Pumpkins for their beauty alone, but they also make heavenly, velvety soups. Since they often grow quite large, we cut them up into large chunks, blanch briefly in boiling water, then wrap the chunks individually in foil and put them in the freezer for a winter-long supply.