JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Just off St. Johns County Road 210, west of I-95 is Tommy's.
It's a garden center turned Fall festival.
"In the past few years the garden business has gone down just a bit, especially in the Fall," said owner Tommy Outley.
Usually during the year he's selling plants and garden supplies.
But the last two years, right before Halloween, he has turned his property into a family friendly Fall experience.
"I do it for the fun of it," Outley said. "I just love being able to give something to the community to bring folks together."
He is selling tons of pumpkins, literally.
Outley says he has sold more in the last month than he sold all last year.
"It's because of the nationwide shortage, folks are coming and buying them up."
So he has figured out a way to turn his garden business, as well as the nationwide pumpkin shortage, into a success.