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If you can dream of decorating with it, we've got it!
Pumpkins
Straw Bales
Gourds
  Indian Corn
Dried Gourds
  Mums
Squash
  Popcorn
Apples
  Squirrel Corn
Apple Cider
  Broom Corn
Corn Shocks   Pumpkin Carving Kits
 
 
Pumpkins (Of course!!!)
 

From mini-pumpkins, to giant pumpkins, to every size in between. You’re certain to find the perfect pumpkin. We grow thousands and thousands of pumpkins – 30 varieties – on fourteen acres. Besides the traditional varieties, we grow unique varieties to meet your special need. Pie pumpkins are best for baking homemade pumpkin pies.

Hull-less Seed Pumpkins are best if you love roasting pumpkin seeds (come early and stock up on these, because they are a popular item!). Giant Pumpkins are our specialty.

You’ll be the talk of the neighborhood with a giant pumpkin. Our farm’s pumpkin record is 620 lbs. in 2009 (it probably wouldn’t have fit into your car, so you might want to go with something a bit smaller!)

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Gourds
 

Small gourds in a variety of sizes, shapes and colors, as well as large green gourds in shapes such as “birdhouse,” “snake,” “bottle,” “bushel,” etc. Gourds can be dried and made into crafts such as birdhouses.

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Dried Gourds
 

If you don’t want to wait for your fresh gourds to dry, we have dried gourds available to purchase for your crafting needs.

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Squash
 

We grow a large variety of winter squash, including Acorn (green, orange, and multi-colored), Butternut, Spaghetti, Hubbard (small and giant), Delicata, Buttercup, Heart of Gold, Sweet Dumpling, Blue Jarradale, Turks Turbin, Pink Banana Jumbo, Long Island Cheese, Neck Pumpkin, and others.

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Apples
 

We grow several varieties of apples in our orchard, which ripen at different times throughout the season. Early varieties include Honeycrisp and Jonathan, At the beginning of October, Red Delicious, Yellow Delicious, and Grimes ripen. Later into October, Jonalicious and Rome Beauty ripen. Variety bags are available as well. Call ahead of time if you are looking for a specific variety (419-836-7613). Apples are available in quarter-peck and peck bags, as well as by the bushel.

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Apple Cider

 

Fresh apple cider is available to purchase by the gallon, or get a fresh cup - ice cold or hot spiced in the snack shack.

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Corn Shocks
 

A generous bundle of corn stalks to decorate your light post or porch. Each shock includes about 10 stalks of corn. We have twine available to tie down your trunk if needed – consider laying down a blanket or tarp to keep your vehicle clean.

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Straw Bales
 

Standard sized straw bales to display your fall produce. We have twine available to tie down your trunk if needed – consider laying down a blanket or tarp to keep your vehicle clean.

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Indian Corn
 

Large or small bundles of three beautifully colored Indian Corn ears. Hang a bunch on your door to welcome the fall! Indian Corn can be kept year after year if it is stored carefully.

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Mums
 

Hardy mums are available in a variety of colors.

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Popcorn
 

Usually you pop your popcorn in a microwavable bag, but have you ever popped it right on the cob? We have popcorn on the cob! Toss it in a paper bag and pop it in the microwave right on the cob!

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Squirrel Corn
 

Purchase by the ear or a bushel to feed your friendly neighborhood squirrels.

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Pumpkin Carving Kits
 

We don’t grow them, but we have a variety of carving kits available to purchase so you can go home and sculpt the perfect pumpkin.

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Broom Corn
 

A broom corn stalk looks like regular corn, but instead of producing ears, the stalk tops out with beautiful broom-like strands with tiny red and brown seeds. The stalks look beautiful in a fall arrangement.

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