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Orange is so yesterday. Here in New England, white pumpkins, once a novelty, are becoming increasingly common, and these intriguing white orbs are all the rage when it comes to chic autumn decorating. I bought my first white pumpkin at the Pumpkin Patch at the South Congregational Church in Granby, Connecticut, and my first white pumpkin jack-o'-lantern came out pretty cool, I think. This year, I've even seen white pumpkins for sale at Wal-Mart!

Want to learn more about these curious albino pumpkins? Here's everything you wanted to know about growing, cooking, carving, painting and decorating with white pumpkins.

White pumpkin photo © 2008 Kim Knox Beckius.
Comments
July 22, 2009 at 2:42 am
(1) Nikifuj908 says:

These smell like cucumber. I had to carve one.

January 24, 2010 at 8:05 am
(2) G.Mohanty says:

good mornig
i would like to know if it is possible to send some seeds of
white pompkin.
with kind regards
yours sincerely
G.Mohanty

September 22, 2010 at 10:57 am
(3) MDintino says:

Can you eat them? I have made a homemade pumkin pie from the orange ones, but didnt know if it would taste the same. Any comments?

October 21, 2010 at 12:54 pm
(4) Royce says:

We are just home from 2 weeks in the Berkshires. We really appreciated your newsletter and suggestions. We had a great time. We stayed at the Oak and Spruce Resort, but traveled to Vermont, Conn., N.Y. etc.

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