Great pumpkins and squash rise from patches at Kuffer’s | Milton Courier

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Pumpkins, gourds and squash come with distinction at Kuffer’s Pumpkins, 5184 W Miles Road. There are blue and pink pumpkins, and a variety called “Cinderella,” so named for its carriage-like shape. Some sport bumps that look like peanuts, while others have warts dispersed over orange and green skin, and come with names like “Knuckleheads” and “Warty Goblins.” 

The pink variety was developed in support of breast cancer awareness, Pam Kuffer said. October is breast cancer awareness month, she added. 

John and Pam Kuffer annually plant eight of their 28 acres with holiday fruit, including seven varieties of squash. This year, the couple planted a white-pigmented variety…

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