Pumpkins are an excellent vegetable to plant during the Fall season due to their temperature requirements and climate preferences. They thrive in warm soil with temperatures ranging between 70-90°F (21-32°C), making them ideal for planting in fall. Pumpkins prefer a sunny location with well-draining soil.
Sowing tips include planting seeds directly into the ground or starting them indoors and transplanting them later. Regular watering, mulching, and fertilizing will ensure healthy growth. Additionally, pumpkins require ample space to spread, so allowing enough room for their vines to expand is crucial for successful cultivation.