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Pumpkin Picking in Rhode Island
Pumpkin Picking in Rhode Island

Pumpkin Picking in Rhode Island 

If you are in or around Rhode Island, it’s time to take a trip and pick out some big and plumpy pumpkins – it’s pumpkin picking season. But which pumpkins are the right ones? With so many choices to make, let us help you make the right decision. Here is a simplified guide to pumpkin picking in Rhode Island. In fact, it’s so simple; my blonde girlfriend would understand it.

Where to go Pumpkin Picking in Rhode Island?

Despite the fact that pumpkins become available in October, the fact is that not everyone goes pumpkin picking in Rhode Island for Halloween pumpkins. In fact, some people go for decorative proposes while a number go to nab a few for Halloween. Here is a look at the common pumpkin types:

Sugar Pumpkins – Also known as or pie pumpkins, these are your average pumpkins that best used for cooking and/or baking purposes.

Halloween Pumpkins – The traditional Jack O’Lantern is an old favorite most loved as Halloween decorations.

White Pumpkin – These are rather unusually shaped pumpkins that have a characteristic white color. These pumpkins work great as decorative pieces and offer a alternative to the mainstream orange jacks.

Gourds and Mini Pumpkins – Just like white pumpkins, these are used primarily for decorations.

Great Pumpkin Picking in Rhode Island

Well, knowing about pumpkins isn’t going to do you much good if you don’t know where to pick them. Well, don’t worry, we have you covered! We recommend trying:

From now on, you never have to worry about picking the right pumpkin. With this incredibly easy guide, you will not only be able to pick the right pumpkin, you will know how to get them. Happy pumpkin picking!

After pumpkin picking in Rhode Island…you need a pumpkin pie recipe!

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