It appears that this season’s crop of pumpkins is going to be a good one! This is according to Tim Leubner owner of Tim’s Pumpkin Patch in Marietta. Tim recently told Newschannel 9’s Julia LeBlanc that this season’s crop is the best he has seen in the last 15 years!
Leubner pointed to the fact that the pumpkins have a nice hard stem and are very solid this year. That combination leads to a pumpkin that will last for quite a while.
Leubner and his family manage 65 acres of land and grow more than 45 different types of pumpkins! Want to grab a few pumpkins for yourself? Tim’s Pumpkin Patch is open daily from 9 until 6 at 2901 Rose Hill Road in Marietta. They will be open until the end of October.