Pumpkin Patches Welcome October Guests

It’s October, which means Halloween is on its way.

And there’s no better way to usher in the fall than to decorate with pumpkins.

Whether you’re going to carve it or keep it as is, Norman Farm in Osceola County says it started seeing a lot more people once October rolled around.

They’ve been picking pumpkins for two weeks now.

And there are plenty to go around–in total the farm has about seven acres of pumpkins.

“We’re open seven days a week, daylight until dark,” said Farm Manager Mark Norman. “And weekends seem to be pretty popular of course, a lot more people are out on the color tour.”

The farm will pick pumpkins until the end of the month.