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Apple shaped, covered in warts. Weighs 4-7 lbs. 9-12" fruit. Unique gourd.
This heirloom gourd weighs 25-50 lbs, grows 3-5 ft in diameter on trailing vines. Light tan. Large gourd resembles an old fashioned bushel basket.
Used like summer squash when young, pick when 6"x1". Gourds grow up to 48" lg. Smooth pale green skin, flesh creamy yellow, hard shelled gourd with beautiful, evening-blooming flowers.
140 days. The neck is slender, usually curved and longer than bowl. Smooth, tan surface.
45 days. Round type, early bottle gourd, slightly raised at the pedical. Light green in color, is a vigorously growing, high yielding hybrid.
40-45 days. Harita fruits are cylindrical in shape, an attractive light green color and a smooth skin. The fruits are 9 1/2 to 11 1/2 inches long. Weight 4 to 5 oz. Harvest lasts 100-120 days.
50-55 days. The fruit is dark green, 7 to 7 1/2 inches long, uniform in shape. The skin is thick with good teething. Very productive. Bitter.
140 days. About 10-12 inches in diameter, tapering at stem end. Smooth, tan and hard shell.
80 days. Various shapes and sizes, highly colored. All types ornamental gourds. Plant them for a novelty at your roadside stand or to use as home decorations.
100 days. Pick while green and white speckle are vivid color. Gourd has a curved long neck with the stem end showing a Swan like shape. 14 - 18 overall length with a 6 diameter base.
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