To order via order form, fax or phone:We are very pleased to offer you our most
recent selection of the World's top performing and favorite
pumpkin varieties. Pumpkin fever has hit an all-time high with
many more home owners decorating for the fall season, and the
dramatic increase in World Record weights with our "Dill's
Atlantic Giant" variety.
The Dill Family would like to extend Great Atlantic congrats to Ron Wallace of Rhode Island for growing the largest pumpkin in 2015 at 2230.5 lb. Great job as always Ron!
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Hours of business
Monday-Friday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm EST
Closed: December 24 - 28 / December 31 - January 1
Please call 1-902-798-2728 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
with any questions on seed.
|We would also like to congratulate Todd Kline of Québec for growing the largest squash in 2015 at 1533.5 lb. Great year in the patch Todd!
And, hats off to Al Eaton of Ontario for growing a new World Record Long Gourd at 149.5". We would also like to congratulate Ron Muis of Nova Scotia for growing the second longest gourd on record at 149.25".
To all of you who grew a new personal best, new record for your State, Province or Country, congratulations and best wishes from the Dill Family.
As we head into 2016, there is great anticipation for bigger and better pumpkins and our mission will be to continue to provide top quality seed. We are very proud of our 'Dill's Atlantic Giant' heritage spanning the last 36 years and the enjoyment it has sown.
At this time, we would like to thank all of you who have supported us in the past and welcome new customers who aspire to grow big 'ATLANTIC GIANT' PUMPKINS!
Yours in Pumpkins,
President, Howard Dill Enterprises
Please see our premium seed links under
'Heavyweights' and 'Show King Squash'
for ordering information.
Very limited quantities, order early.
|Todd Kline of Quebec is shown here with the 2nd heaviest
squash ever grown at 1533.5 lb
|Ron Wallace with his 2230.5 lb pumpkin
|Al Eaton of Ontario is seen here with his World Record Long
Gourd at 149.5"