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African Wine Kettle type cross Gourd (119 days) Plant seed when soil warms to 65°F (no later than June 9). Seed should be planted in moist soil no deeper than 1". Space hills 10' x 20'. For best results start seed indoors 2 weeks before transplanting outdoors. IMPORTANT: For best germination clip the wide flat end of the seed to expose the inner seed. NOTE: Seed may not be true to any specific shape & may produce other large gourd shapes. Approximately .0598 seeds per 1,000 seed or 1,600 seeds per pound
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 125 days. EXCELLENT birdhouses, water jugs and fun crafts! Smooth, tan, hard shell when mature. Large, 10-12” diameter rounded blossom end with a narrow neck and slightly bulbed stem end reaching 14”H. Vigorous 15-35’ vines spreading 12’. Trellis vines for consistent fruit shape. Approximately 180 seeds per ounce or 2,990 seeds per pound
(OP) 110 days. Very unique gourd! Excellent fall decoration! Apple shaped, 9 x12” green fruit covered in warts, weighing 4-7 lbs. Dries to a warm golden tan. Larger and more warted than bule type. Vigorous 15-35’ vines.
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 120 days. Huge tan gourd measures 3-5 ft. in diameter, weighs 25-60 pounds, dries to a light weight. Used in crafting and as a container. Long vines with evening blooming white flowers that attract moths.
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 75 days. AKA ‘Italian Edible Gourd', 'Longissima' or 'Indian Squash'. EDIBLE! Used like summer squash when young – pick when 6”L x 1” in diameter. Smooth pale green gourds grow up to 2-3’L x 3” in diameter. Used like a squash - sliced, fried, and steamed. An excellent freezing and canning variety. Mature fruits are very ornamental: used in making arts and crafts. Pretty, evening white flowers attract moths. Excellent choice for home gardens.
(OP) 95 days. A colorful mix of green, yellow, orange and white with a unique daisy pattern on the stem end of the fruit. Provides a cornucopia of beautiful 3” x 2” gourds in all shapes. High Yielding. Developed by Larry Eckler of Niles, MI. Best planted when the soil has a constant temperature of 60 F. Plant 1” deep, 2’ apart in the row and rows 6’ apart. Best NOT to overpopulate. Fertilize at planting and again at flower set.
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 125 days. Smooth tan surface. 12”L neck is slender, usually curved and longer than the 5” diameter bowl. Great for making arts and crafts. Long handles are just right for making water or feed dippers. Very easy to grow in the summer heat. FM, HG
Germination Standard - 50%, Tested - 46% (09/2017), Sub-Standard Germ
1/4 oz was $2.95 now $1.50
1/4 lb was $18.90 now $9.45
(HY) 95 days. An exciting and attractive hybrid gourd mixture, Galaxy of the Stars brings interest to your fall market displays. The mix produces unique star-shaped fruit in varying striped patterns in colors of yellow, cream, orange, green, and white. The mature fruit holds up well to mechanical washing and waxing. Galaxy of Stars gourds are an excellent variety to boost fall sales at roadside or farmer’s markets. Approximately 670 seeds per ounce or 10,740 seeds per pound
(HY) 95 days. Semi-bush plant producing small, very attractive and decorative multi-colored (green, yellow, white, orange) fruit. Some fruit have deep wings, others are smoother.
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