It's not bad to start pumpkins indoors. In fact, they SHOULD be started indoors if your area has a short growing season. The timing, however, is very important. Start seeds indoors, up to two weeks prior to setting outdoors which is usually around mid-May, however, you need to find out the outdoor date in your area. See our planting chart here:
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