National Pumpkin Day on Wednesday is a day to separate the pumpkin from Halloween and celebrate all the glory it has to offer.

Pumpkins take longer than other vegetables and fruits to grow, but when they are ready to harvest there is multiple different ways to take advantage of them. What is a better way to indulge in all the pumpkin offerings than on National Pumpkin Day?

Here are some ideas and activities you can do to celebrate and appreciate the pumpkin.

Pumpkin patch/pick out pumpkins

Find a local pumpkin patch and pick out some of favorites. If the closest patch is too far, visit the closest store that sells pumpkins.

Carve a pumpkin

Celebrate the pumpkin by cutting one open and carving a favorite design.

Make a pumpkin-flavored dish like bread, pie or soup

Pumpkins are great because they can offer activities and serve as food. There are several ways to eat pumpkin, whether canned or fresh.

Get a pumpkin flavored latte

Pumpkin spice lattes have become popular this fall. Order one at a local coffee shop or get creative and make one at home.

Wear orange or pumpkin-themed clothing

Pull out your orange-colored shirt or if you have any clothing with pumpkins on it to show your support for the fruit.