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Thank you! I will look out for it. Which reminds me, I HAVEN'T published anything yet today. Been too busy clearing away all the other people's puzzles I haven't had time to do, so they sit waiting for me in open tabs on my browser, which slows my browser down. Thanks for the reminder.Beb.
Apparently I've reached my limit today. Will do it tomorrow.J
PS: I would do the puzzle - if it was about one third the size. :D Beb.
Crown Prince Pumpkins - then they truly are blue bloods! Thank you, Joyce. I will see if I can find them in OZ. Maybe in a year or so's time I will publish a picture with a whole pile of them in it?Beb.
They're called Crown Prince.
They are definitely natural, organically grown in England. I'll find out the variety name and get back to you, Beb.RegardsJoyce
Are those blue pumpkins naturally blue or are they dyed? It would be interesting to grow some just for the novelty. In what country were they grown? I wonder if Australia's strict quarantine laws would allow the seeds into the country. Beb.