Four tons and more than 200 varieties of heirloom squash went into this mountain, displayed at the 2012 National Heirloom Expo in Santa Rosa. Farmer Mac Condill of The Great Pumpkin Patch used about 1,600 squash for this 30-foot tall display. He’s working on an even bigger squash mountain for the 2015 expo.
Four tons and more than 200 varieties of heirloom squash went into this mountain, displayed at the 2012 National Heirloom Expo in Santa Rosa. Farmer Mac Condill of The Great Pumpkin Patch used about 1,600 squash for this 30-foot tall display. He’s working on an even bigger squash mountain for the 2015 expo. Debbie Arrington
Four tons and more than 200 varieties of heirloom squash went into this mountain, displayed at the 2012 National Heirloom Expo in Santa Rosa. Farmer Mac Condill of The Great Pumpkin Patch used about 1,600 squash for this 30-foot tall display. He’s working on an even bigger squash mountain for the 2015 expo. Debbie Arrington
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