Giant Pumpkin Seeds Wallace's Whoppers

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  • Giant Pumpkin Seeds Wallace's Whoppers
  • Giant Pumpkin Seeds Wallace's Whoppers
  • Giant Pumpkin Seeds Wallace's Whoppers
  • Giant Pumpkin Seeds Wallace's Whoppers
  • Giant Pumpkin Seeds Wallace's Whoppers
  • Giant Pumpkin Seeds Wallace's Whoppers
  • Giant Pumpkin Seeds Wallace's Whoppers
  • Giant Pumpkin Seeds Wallace's Whoppers
  • Giant Pumpkin Seeds Wallace's Whoppers
  • Giant Pumpkin Seeds Wallace's Whoppers
  • Giant Pumpkin Seeds Wallace's Whoppers
  • Giant Pumpkin Seeds Wallace's Whoppers
  • Giant Pumpkin Seeds Wallace's Whoppers
  • Giant Pumpkin Seeds Wallace's Whoppers
  • Giant Pumpkin Seeds Wallace's Whoppers
  • Giant Pumpkin Seeds Wallace's Whoppers
  • Giant Pumpkin Seeds Wallace's Whoppers
  • Giant Pumpkin Seeds Wallace's Whoppers
  • Giant Pumpkin Seeds Wallace's Whoppers
$ 11.95

 Giant Pumpkin Seeds Wallace's Whoppers

Want to grow your own giant pumpkin? Ron Wallace is one of the world’s premier giant pumpkin growers.

  • Two-time world record holder and three-time world pumpkin champion
  • First grower in the world to grow a pumpkin over 1500 pounds
  • First to eclipse the 2000 pound barrier in 2012 at 2009 pounds
  • Free growing tip sheet included
  • Kelly & Michael 

The present day record is over 2700 pounds!  Ron Wallace’s giant pumpkin seeds routinely sell on the Internet for hundreds of dollars for a single seed!  Here is your chance to grow giant pumpkins with “top of the line” Wallace genetics. Wallace Whoppers are fun to grow and you will be astounded at its amazing rate of growth.  Start your own neighborhood competition, or enter one of the Great Pumpkin Commonwealth weigh-off’s! Now you can grow like a champion with WOW! 

These seeds contain highly sought after genetics and are not "standard" field grown seeds. You can grow a pumpkin up to an over 1,000 pounds in 150 sq. ft.! 

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.

600 pounds and up is the norm for this pumpkin

Packet contains 5 seeds.


Planting Instructions

 

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JH
08/25/2022
Joseph H.
United States

Ask me next year after I plant and grow seeds?

GR
08/15/2022
George R.
United States United States

The beginning of pumpkin fever.

My experience has always been positive when purchasing from wallacewow.com /products really work…. My giant pumpkins are growing soooo fast!!!! I’ll deft be back to purchase more products. Thanks Ron

JD
08/09/2022
Jesse D.
United States United States
I recommend this product

All seeds are growing well

Good all seeds germinated and are growing well

BM
07/24/2022
brad m.
United States United States
I recommend this product

im happy

great seeds but the vines all split,im sure its my fault

BS
07/14/2022
Braden S.
United States United States

Ever plant a pumpkin too late?

Kiddos and I decided to purchase seeds mid-June in order to motivate our fall/winter prep. We casually stuck one in the dirt and it sprouted on July first. So we will let it grow this year and see what it does! Thanks!