It's too late to carve a jack-o'-lantern for Halloween, but it might be time to think about pumpkin pie at Thanksgiving. Load up for free at Bumbleberry farm. 

A field full of pumpkins, acorn squash, hubbard squash, butternut squash, wildflowers, Egyptian wheat, gourds and banana squash are waiting for you in South Haven. Bumbleberry farm has an abundance of specimens in the Cucurbitaceae family just waiting for you to pick them up and take them home- no charge.

So, if you thought you were going to have to wait a whole year once again for pumpkin seeds, you are in luck! There are also ideal for canning, Thanksgiving pies and animals like pigs, ducks and geese love the gourds, squash and pumpkins. (You could literally turn it into bacon.) Need some more ideas of what to make? has 16 recipe ideas, including these exotic dishes:

  • Pumpkin ravioli
  • Cheesy pumpkin nuggets
  • Thai-style pumpkin soup
  • Pumpkin clafoutis
  • Beef and pumpkin curry
  • Marbled pumpkin cheesecake brownies

Want to keep it simple? Pumpkin pie, pumpkin muffins, pumpkin loaf, pumpkin donuts, pumpkin cupcakes, pumpkin pancakes and whatever else you can dream up. Different varieties of squash multiply the possibilities for the adventurous chef or baker.

Find Bumbleberry Acres farm at 6785 Baseline Rd in South Haven to feed your Fall pumpkin cravings,

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