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The Pumpkin Life Cycle
Seed Pumpkin seeds grow in the hallowed out portion of the pumpkin. Because they have seeds pumpkins are a fruit.
Seedling After planting the seeds in late spring, a pair of green leaves will push up through the soil.
Vine The seedling grows up and out and turns into a vine.
Flower Yellow male and female flowers soon begin to grow from the vines.
Green Pumpkin The flowers soon start to grow into a green unripe pumpkin.
Pumpkin As the pumpkin begins to ripen it starts to turn orange.
Continuous Cycle of Life
Pumpkin Life Cycle Time Lapse
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