Giant Pumpkin Seed 2054 Wallace 2020 Wallace Organic Wonder

  • 2054 pound giant pumpkin seeds
  • 2054 pound giant pumpkin seeds
  • 2054 pound giant pumpkin seeds
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  • Giant Pumpkin Seed 2054 Wallace 2020 Wallace Organic Wonder
$ 50.00

This giant pumpkin seed came in second place at the 2020 Frerichs Farm Weigh-Off. This plant / pumpkin was very easy to grow. Low, long, wide and 6% heavier than the estimated weight. Plant was devastated in early August from tropical storm, had it not been for that it would have been much bigger.  Exciting possibilities for this seed! 10% of all pumpkin seed sales will be donated to the Great Pumpkin Commonwealth. Now you can grow like a champion with WOW!

Pumpkin seeds will not tolerate cool, wet, soils. Please see our video and instructions for how to germinate seeds. Soil temps must be a minimum of 65 degrees Fahrenheit for germination.

Each packet contains 2 - giant pumpkin seeds.

2054 Genetics:  2226 Boonen Herman x 2114 Wallace

Planting Instructions

  • Direct sow or start indoors 2 weeks prior to planting.  Seeds need consistent warmth to germinate, placing them in a windowsill will not generate enough heat and is not recommended. 
  • Choose a sunny location and plant 2 weeks after all danger of frost has passed.
  • Sow 4 seeds per hill with pointed end facing down 6” apart, placed 1” deep. Keep moist but not wet.
  • Outdoor soil temperature must be 65 degrees Fahrenheit or higher for germination of seeds.
  • Seedlings will sprout in 10-14 days.
  • For best results allow only 1 pumpkin per vine.
  • 120 days till maturity

Seed Starting Video

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AH
07/14/2022
Anthony H.
United States
I recommend this product

Seeds 2020

Seed didn’t germinate

CB
06/22/2022
Chris B.
United States United States
I recommend this product

giant pumpkin seeds

I love buying from Wallace. I have grown many plants from Ron's pumpkin seeds with great success. I dont think I have ever had a seed not sprout that I can think of. Also Ron has helped me with my soil preparation and has answered questions I have had regarding my garden. Great products and great people.

Wallace Organic Wonder Giant Pumpkin Seed 2054 Wallace 2020 Wallace Organic Wonder Review
DT
06/09/2022
Daniel T.
United States United States
I recommend this product

1 germinated seed out of 8?!

Will not purchase again. Other seeds from another vendor germinated in the same container, but the Wallace mostly failed.

GG
06/08/2022
Gregory G.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Seeds didn’t germinate.

The seeds were in the ground for 3 weeks and I dug the seed up because I knew germination should have happen by then. I found the seeds and nothing had happened. The soil was excellent quality and the soil temperature was correct. I haven’t contacted Wallace yet about this as I just dug the seeds up. But unless they replace the seeds I would never recommend these seeds. We will see if they replace.

Wallace Organic Wonder Giant Pumpkin Seed 2054 Wallace 2020 Wallace Organic Wonder Review
TK
06/01/2022
Tom K.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Giant Pumpkin Seed 2054 Wallace

None of the seeds came up. I even prestarted them in pots. Expensive seeds for no results. Last year they came up using the same procedure.