It grows off of a stem protruding from the main vine, which grows along the ground.
No, the pumpkin grows above ground, part of the pumpkin plant will have roots underground.
Pumpkin is a fruit
you plant a pumpkin seed in the ground
the fruit of the pumpkin vine is the pumpkin isntit
We had a pumpkin plant. It didn't really grow up, but it did grow outward. If you plan on planting pumpkins, make sure to have a lot of space.
rephrase your question
Seeds are found in the gooey inside of the pumpkin.
Just one seed is needed to grow a Pumpkin plant, the plant should produce at least one Pumpkin.
A pumpkin is the developed ovary of the flower on a pumpkin vine.
No, sugar water will kill the pumpkin plant. All the pumpkin plant needs is good soil water and sunlight.
Actully a standard pumpkin can grow into all shapes and sizes. You should plant yours seed in early JUNE/JULY and leave it to grow to late SEPTEMBER.