How it all started
Many people ask, "How did Grandma's Pumpkin Patch start" or "Is there really a Grandma?". Yes, there really was a Grandma, her name was Delia Sandow. Grandma's Pumpkin Patch started with a growning contest between Delia and her son Al. Her son challenged her to see who could grow the biggest pumpkin. Delia researched and tended to her pumpkin plant and grew a 300 pound pumpkin and won the contest. The only problem was, when the contest was over, she had more pumpkins than grandchildren. She started a road side stand. Word quickly spead of this "grandma" and her wonderful pumpkin stand and our patch quickly grew. Check out the video to learn more.
Meet the Family
The Sandow family continues the tradition that Grandma Sandow started. There are 6 families all working together to bring you the fun of the fall season. The children, grandchildren and now great grandchildren are all working at the farm and striving to make a fun fall season for your family.