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Where is the Best Place to Buy a Pumpkin?

Let us know in the comment section below.

Fall is here and pumpkins abound!

Whether you’re in the mood to decorate for the harvest or you want to carve one into a jack-o'-lantern, there are plenty of places in the area that are offering the autumn squash.

But where is the best place to go? We want to hear where you go to get your pumpkins. Let us know by email or by commenting in the section below.

We’ll feature the best choices in this week’s Patch Picks.

Audra Myerberg October 10, 2011 at 04:30 PM
We always mean to go to a real pumpkin patch and hunt around but this year b/c of the rainy weather we went to Wilson Farms. Would love to hear about some good local patches where we can go and make a trip of it (cider, hayrides, etc but not too crowded)
Hank Manz October 12, 2011 at 12:03 PM
Once upon a time we grew our own pumpkins which was fun, but this year I wimped out and just got one from Stop & Shop. I thought it might rot because I got it early but the exploding furry critter population has pretty well destroyed it so we will have to buy another. I am still trying to get a picture of one of the resident squirrels sitting inside what is left of the pumpkin.
Denise J. Dubé October 12, 2011 at 03:08 PM
Hank, it's not wimping out -- it's getting old and not having time to cultivate pumpkins ... or so I tell myself.

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