Did you know?
Maxwell’s Pumpkin Farm was started by chance. Clay and Linda Maxwell had put a sign along the road to sell some potatoes, but people kept asking to buy their pumpkin decorations. The Maxwell’s coupled their love of harvest decorating with the idea of selling pumpkins. The following October, they gave pumpkin farming a shot.
Our witch stands nearly 20 feet tall. She was built by Clay and daughter, Mindy, in 1981. Her face is sculpted from metal and fiberglass. Her hair is, well … just beautiful, as everyone can see.
A pumpkin is 90 percent water – makes you wonder just how much water is in those really big pumpkins, doesn’t it?
In French, the words for cotton candy mean “daddy’s beard.”