24 Hour Scavenger Hunt Contest for the Quaker Pie Pumpkin

By Shelley Pierce | October 19, 2015
by Shelley Pierce
October 19, 2015

Join Gardening Know How on their scavenger hunt for a Quaker Pie Pumpkin!  For more information on this heirloom variety pumpkin, click here.  If you have a Quaker Pie Pumpkin, photograph it and share it with us hash-tagged #GKHpichunt via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram!  All photo submissions will be judged by Gardening Know How staff and one grand prize winner will be selected.



You have 24 hours to complete this scavenger hunt mission!
Contest starts 8 a.m. EST on Monday, October 19th and ends 8 a.m. EST on Tuesday October 20th!



  • Photo submissions must be original and the submitting photographer must hold all rights to the work.
    Originality of photos will be verified by Gardening Know How.
  • Photographers must have explicit permission from any people whose faces are recognizable in their photographs.
  • Multiple photo submissions are allowed provided each photo is unique.
  • Photos taken of Quaker Pie Pumpkins in past years also qualify.
  • Photographers retain copyright in their submitted work.

All entries submitted to Gardening Know How via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram will be displayed in a centralized photo gallery on Facebook.

This will be the first of several scavenger hunts. Get a head start on future scavenges by taking photos of the below fruits & vegetables and increase your odds of winning some great prizes!
  • Crystal Apple Cucumber
  • Country Gentleman Corn
  • Golden King Tomato
  • Zatta Melon
  • Oxheart Carrot (Guérande Carrot)
  • China Red Eye Bush Bean
  • Crapaudine Beet
  • Kajari Melon
  • White Wonder Watermelon


UPDATE 1/3/2016: Congratulations to William Woys Weaver, the winner of the scavenger hunt for the Quaker Pie Pumpkin!

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