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Vegetables - Gourd Seeds

Feel free to browse our fine selection of vegetable seeds. Clicking on the photo or name of any vegetable will take you to a page containing more information about that species. Also note that larger quantities of vegetable seed can be purchased by clicking on the drop-down menu.
Birdhouse-Bottle-Gourd.gif Gourd Seeds - 'Birdhouse Bottle' Be the first one to write a review
These hour glass shaped gourds reach 10-12” at the bulb end and are perfect for making birdhouses! Tan shell becomes hard and glossy when ready for harvest. Average water requirements.
Bushel-Gourd-Seeds.gif Gourd Seeds - 'Bushel' Be the first one to write a review
Try something different and grow an enormous gourd! Growing up to 100 pounds and 3-5 feet around, the huge ornamental fruit may be dried and hollowed out for a lightweight autumn decoration. An enjoyable, creative project for the whole family.
Calabash-Gourd-Seeds.gif Gourd Seeds - 'Calabash' Be the first one to write a review
Also known as the bottle gourd, these fun penguin-shaped gourds may be dried and painted for crafts, or hollowed out and used as a drinking gourd. Although they can grow up to 45 pounds, the also may be harvested when small and cooked for eating like a zucchini.
Caveman's-Gourd-Gourd.gif Gourd Seeds - 'Caveman's Gourd' Be the first one to write a review
These unique club shaped gourds are edible when young (about 8” long) and great for crafts when more mature! 15-18” long with wrinkled knobby bulb end about 6” in diameter. Approximately 120 days to maturity. Has average water needs.
Dipper-Gourd.gif Gourd Seeds - 'Dipper' Be the first one to write a review
This large gourd has a long, curved neck or “handle” and approximately 10” bulb end or “dipper”! Green in color and great for crafts! Approximately 120 days to maturity.
Luffa-(Sponge)-Gourd.gif Gourd Seeds - 'Luffa Sponge' Be the first one to write a review
This open pollinated gourd variety is also called Vegetable Sponge and Dishcloth Gourd because, once cured, skin can be peeled off to reveal a usable sponge! Vigorous, rapidly growing vines from which fruit can be harvested over a long period of time. First harvest is typically in 55 to 60 days. Average water needs. Water regularly, but don't over water.
Small-Mixed-Gourd-Seeds.gif Gourd Seeds - 'Small Mixed' Be the first one to write a review
Can't make up your mind? Choose this colorful, eclectic mix of of small decorative gourds. An easy and economical way to brighten up your home this autumn.
Speckled-Swan-Gourd-Seeds.gif Gourd Seeds - 'Speckled Swan' Be the first one to write a review
Excellent for crafts and fun to grow, these gourds will delight with their swan-like shape. The base or body can be up to 8 inches across, with a flat bottom. The neck resembles a swan's neck curved elegantly downward. Green with creamy speckles, the shell stays glossy and hard when dried. Each weighs about 3 pounds, and stands 12 to 16 inches tall. 120 days.
Ten-Commandments-Gourd-Seeds.gif Gourd Seeds - 'Ten Commandments' Be the first one to write a review
These eye-catching gourds are named for the ten prongs emerging from it. Bright orange, white, and green are sure to add autumn flair to home, office, or business. Also makes a creative gift!
Turk's-Turban-Gourd.gif Gourd Seeds - 'Turk's Turban' Be the first one to write a review
This gourd is dual-purpose—can be used in cooking or as autumn decor! Colorful, orange and green fruit reach 7-8” in diameter. Stores well and matures in 100 days. Attractive to bees, butterflies and/or birds. This plant requires consistently moist soil. Do not let dry out between watering.
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