First decide if you even need an organic Halloween pumpkin – you may not. After that, if you have your heart set on craving an organic jack-o-lantern, check out these resources…
Pumpkin Patches & More offers a huge amount of resources on all sorts of pumpkin patches – BUT not all, or even a majority are organic. Read though the listings carefully. You also may have luck at their main Pick-Your-Own site.
Visit your local Whole Foods or natural grocer. This time of year, most natural retailers will start carrying organic pumpkins and even large squash.You can also head to a fall farmers’ market near you.
Wait for spring and plant your own organic pumpkins for fall 2011.
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