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Light Up Pink Eerie Pumpkin Eyes Kit
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Pumpkin Pinata Halloween Decoration
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Quirky Kitty Throw Blanket
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Candy Bowl with Animated Pumpkin Scarecrow
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Pumpkin Shaped Throw
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Cornpeel Pumpkin White
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Pumpkin Flower Wreath Decoration
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Cornpeel Pumpkin Brown
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Pumpkin fence w/green light-0
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Cornpeel pumpkin orange
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Wooden Pumpkin Home Sign
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4ft Inflatable 3 Pumpkins Lawn Decor
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Pumpkin Lawn Bag
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Halloween Pumpkins Table Runner Decoration
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10" Inch Whitewashed Pumpkin Arrow Figure
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9 Inch Ceramic Tombstone Pumpkin
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5 Black Pumpkin with Rhinestones
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5" Orange Velvet Pumpkin
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7 White Pumpkin with Gold Spiders
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If you, like Charlie Brown's friend Linus, have learned that "the Great Pumpkin is a subject not to be discussed," you'll love wearing one of our pumpkin costumes. We have sizes and shapes to fit the whole family. There are scary pumpkins and cheerful pumpkins, masks and tunics and hats. 

Did you know that botanists consider pumpkins to be a type of squash and not its own separate species? The round orange fruit we call pumpkin is actually a variety of winter squash, and botanists classify  squashes according to characteristics of their leaves, seeds, vines and fruit stalks. The size, shape and color of the fruit isn't a consideration! 

Fun pumpkin facts: 

  • More than 1.5 billion pounds of pumpkins are grown in the US each year 

  • The states that grow the most pumpkins are Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania & California 

  • The biggest pumpkin ever recorded weighed more than a ton--2009 pounds, grown in 2012 

  • Most of the canned "pumpkin" sold for use in pies is actually made from several different varieties of winter squash such as butternut 

  • The earliest known use of pumpkins is at a site in Mexico, where pumpkin seeds were dated to more than 5500 BC 

  • Though they're native to the Americas, pumpkins and other squashes are now grown on every continent except Antarctica 

  • The word "pumpkin" comes from the Greek word pepon, meaning "large melon" 

So, have a nice, cold glass of pumpkin juice, join Linus in the pumpkin patch, and sing a few pumpkin carols! Monster