A Miniature White Pumpkin. Baby Boo is a creamy white version of popular Jack be Little. The fruit average 2 to 3″ in diameter by 2″ high and have a white flesh that is edible. The miniature variety that is popular with children for Halloween and Xmas decorations and its white flesh can be used for cooking. 95 days from planting out. Each plant will bare 10+ baby pumpkins on vines that easily reach up to 10 feet in length. Vines will reach a mature height of only 2 feet tall, but require plenty of space to spread.
Sowing: Pumpkins are best established directly outdoors in the summer. Be sure to select a large enough area for the plants to grow and vine outwards. Remove all unwanted plant life from your sowing area, turning the dirt, or replacing the dirt with fresh soil. Create mounds of dirt or “hills” roughly 18 to 24 inches wide and at least 8 inches high. Sow 4 seeds per mound at a depth of 1 inch under the topsoil. Seeds will begin to sprout open in roughly 7 to 14 days after sowing. The plants will grow to a mature height of 1 to 2 feet tall and 8 to 10 feet long. These plants will need a large area to grow outwards and can be spaced by hills or mounds of dirt, rather than rows. Space each mound at least 6 feet apart from one another. When sprouts become visible, direct the vines outwards towards areas that do not contain other plant life. Pumpkins enjoy the heat of summer and will thrive in temperatures that are above 75F. The soil should be rich in organic matter, but will also need to be well-drained. To improve drainage, it is recommended to add a light compost to any hard, compacted soil in the sowing area. This will prevent the roots from rotting. Water the seeds daily with a mild setting so that the seeds and seedlings are kept moist until germination occurs.