Autumn is the time to gather in the harvest. Come together for meals. Go for long walks among the autumn colors. Reel in a prize-winning fish. Giggle at scarecrows. Give yourself a scare. Admire the work of local artists. Autumn also brings pumpkins, and many are not all just orange, some are white, green, multi-colored, small, large, all shapes and sizes and colors. Here a lists of few locations in Marshall County to find those beautiful pumpkins that make this time of year special:
1. Carson’s Pumpkin Patch, located in at 9082 N Shore Drive at the Lake of the Woods in Bremen. Full of pumpkins of all shapes and sizes, even gourds, corn stalks, and corn to purchase. Looking for the perfect Jack o Lantern, you will be sure to find it here.
2. Blake’s Pumpkins, located on South Muckshaw Road in Plymouth. This pumpkin patch has been in business for about 40 years a family tradition that began with their grandfather and has continued through the generations. Pumpkins vary in price from $.50 cents to $10.00. They have more than just pumpkins, gourds, corn stalks, and straw bales are available to purchase as well. A portion of the proceeds generated at Blake’s pumpkin patch are donated to assist with the local organization “Shop with the Cop.”
3. Lemler’s Sweet Corn and Pumpkin Stand is always a favorite. Located on U.S. 331 in Bourbon, this farm stand has numerous colors and shapes sizes of pumpkins. You can purchase pumpkins, gourds, flowers, corn, and more at this stand. Stop on by, they will be plenty of pumpkins to choose from.
A few other locations to find pumpkins and mums: Whiteman-Cook Greenhouses on North Michigan Road in Plymouth, In-Stitchz located on S.R. 10 in Argos, and Mac’s Market in Lapaz.
The autumn season just isn’t the same without the right pumpkin, check any of these locations to find the right pumpkin for you. For more information please contact our office at 800-626-5353.