Lagenaria siceraria$2.50Per PacketFantastic for crafting and fun to work with, Apple gourds are, you guessed it, gourds that look like apples! These very symmetrical and pleasingly plump gourds are mottled green when fresh, but become a delicious caramel color when dried. Vines are easy to grow and will produce 20 or more gourds each. 95-120 days.Learn More
Lagenaria siceraria$2.50Per PacketAlso called the "Italian Edible Gourd," the Cucuzzi gourd resembles a giant green bean, is mild in flavor like squash, and can grow to be three feet long! Harvest for eating when young, or harvest for ornamental uses when mature. Long vines are heavy producers. 55 days for eating; 100 days for gourds.Learn More
Lagenaria siceraria$2.50Per PacketThis gourd is for the birds...for real! Birdhouse Bottle gourds are a very popular choice for making birdhouses and other crafts. Their glossy hourglass shape makes them beautiful; their sturdy lightweight shell makes them practical. Grow, dry, then decorate, or leave them in their naturally pretty state. 110-130 days.Learn More
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