Bulk Non-GMO Casper Pumpkin Seeds
Casper pumpkins are a white variety of pumpkin that make an excellent addition to the fall season. Their white exterior makes them the perfect pumpkin for painting during Halloween, and their delicious insides make them an excellent choice for a Thanksgiving pumpkin pie!
Casper Pumpkin Growing Season
Casper pumpkins are warm-weather plants and should be planted in the late spring, two weeks after the last frost of the season. You should plant your Casper pumpkin seeds directly in the soil, leaving plenty of room for your pumpkins to spread out and grow. Sow your pumpkins in groups of four to six seeds about 3 inches apart. Each cluster of pumpkins should be about 4 to 6 feet apart.
On average, it takes 80 to 90 days for Casper pumpkins to reach maturity, and you will know when your pumpkins are ready to harvest when the plant has a 72” spread and is 12” to 18” tall, or when the pumpkin weighs in at about 10 pounds.