Pumpkins that Pale to Those Past

Now this is a surprising box of pumpkins. I don’t believe I’ve seen many this shade. I’ve seen different textures before; a few are positively warty! Those make great jack-o-lanterns. On a quick search, I’ve found that the nickname of the white-colored gourds in the photo is “ghost” pumpkins and they can be used just like orange ones in pies and soups.

Ghost Pumpkins Photo: Rebecca Cuningham

Do you see varieties in colors, shapes and sizes of pumpkins in stores near you?

¡Olé! –Rebecca

This post is part of Debbie’s Six Word Saturday, Cee’s Flower of the Day, and Becky B’s Past Squares.

#6WS  #sixwordsaturday #FOTD #PastSquares

Becky B’s Squares Logo Photo: Becky B and Friends
Rebecca Cuningham

21 thoughts on “Pumpkins that Pale to Those Past

  1. I don‘t think I‘ve ever seen a „ghost pumpkin“ „in the flesh“, as it were, but I remember a TV quiz show question where contestants were asked to check off all the colors they thought pumpkins could be. They thought white pumpkins didn‘t exist and were shown a photo as proof they were wrong! 😀 So, ever since I‘ve known about their existence … at least in theory! 🙂

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