October 03, 2010

Pumpkin Power

We grew this pumpkin into a one-eyed cyclops.

There is a wart on the pumpkin.
The pumpkin keeps growing
and growing and growing.
                     

I think the red peppers just became friends with the pumpkins.


 Grandma took this picture of me cutting the pumpkin off the vine.
We grew them in a pot.

Thank you for visiting my blog.
From the Coo Coo Kid.






17 comments:

Horsegirl said...

hahahha, hope u have fun growing more pumpkins LoL

Catherine@AGardenerinProgress said...

What great pumpkins! It must have been fun watching them grow. You sure have a nice Grandma to help you with your pumpkins.

Marie said...

Congratulations Phillip. Growing pumpkins in a pot is not an easy thing to do.

Sue said...

Who could resist becoming friends with red peppers?! I love your blog Phillip!

Candy "Sweetstuff" said...

Love your pumpkins Phillip! Good job!

fer said...

Very nice pumpkin.
I want to try growing one in a pot next year too.

Smita Srivastava said...

Awww such a cute space !!!

joyce said...

Hi Phillip.....I never heard of growing a pumpkin in a pot before......I guess you need a pretty big pot!
And as for the wart on the pumpkin, maybe it wants to be a witch's nose when it grows up??

EelynnLee said...

I love pumpkin and peppers. I always want to grow my own food. My plan is to buy a piece of land where I can grow all the vegetables and fruits that I need.

Candy "Sweetstuff" said...

Hey Phillip...where are you! We want to hear what you are doing!

Corner Gardener Sue said...

Hi Phillip,
I enjoyed reading about your pumpkins, peppers, and things. I don't know why it took me so long to figure out you had a post I had not read yet.

Rose said...

A late Happy Birthday to you, Phillip! I hope you will soon have some spring adventures with Grandma to share with us.

Dmarie said...

mmnnn, I think pumpkin and red peppers would be very good together in a soup. yummy! thank you for sharing your garden thoughts, Coo Coo Kid!

Agata said...

Ciao donna, grazie per il commento carino che mi hai lasciato!! Bellissimi questi particolari ortaggi. Un bacione da Agata

Dmarie said...

fabulous pics...hope you get a terrific pie out of that pumpkin!

Lynne said...

I like your blog . . . it gives me an idea for my grandson.
You made me laugh out loud in the post with the crocus!
It CROAKED you know!

Kim, USA said...

Awesome you have pumpkin. ^_^