Simple advice

After you slave away at the garden in the spring to prepare the soil, and then put the seeds in, and watch them grow, and water them, and weed them, and make the soil lighter around them, and you get happy to see the product grow, and you fight a war with the snails so they don’t eat it away, and you see it come to nice, big, orange pumpkins, I would advise you not to leave them outside to show everybody what you grew for weeks, because it will rot, it’s better to take them inside into a dark, dry place, where they will wait for you for months, and you can actually cook with them.


Yes, mine got caught in the minus degrees like 4 times, I finally transported them in today, I hope they won’t mind, because I want to make more soups and strudels out of them!!


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