Can I grow pumpkins from seeds found in a pumpkin from the supermarket?

Answer Sure! I've done it more than once.When the fall season is over I take my pumpkin and set it wherever I want the vine to be in the springtime. Provided that the squirrels and birds don't eat all th... Read More »

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Are pumpkin seeds part of pumpkins?

All pumpkins derive from pumpkin seeds. A fully-formed pumpkin may carry hundreds of seeds, depending on its size and variety. Growers extract pumpkin seeds from ripe fruit to consume or plant.Refe... Read More »

Can I grow peppers with the seeds from a supermarket pepper?

Seeds are harvested from peppers when ripe, whether from the supermarket or from an existing vegetable garden. Most peppers are considered ripe when they turn red. Pepper seeds can be harvested via... Read More »

If you plant the seeds from inside a tomato you buy from the supermarket, will it grow and bear fruit?

They should grow, however they may not produce a tomato that looks like the one you bought. If the tomato you bought is a hybrid or genetically manipulated the plant resulting from the seed plante... Read More »

What do pumpkin seeds need to grow?

Pumpkins are a popular decoration in the fall and during Halloween, whether they are just set out or are made into jack o' lanterns first. But pumpkins are also great sources of nutrition, providin... Read More »