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Gourds

Gourds (Lagenaria) can be eaten as young and not yet ripe. When fully ripe the fruit gets hard, perfect to craft into bottles, bolws and lamps!

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Bottle Gourd

Bottle Gourd

Bottle Gourd, a traditional bottle-shaped gourd. Climbing or trailing up to 250cm or more. Produces bottle-shaped fruits up to 30cm long. Young fruits can be cooked and eaten like squash. Has been grown for a very long time, not primarily for food, but for containers. Fully ripe fruits get hollow and hard as wood. Can be used as bottles for water or containers, musical instruments, lamps, and more. Lagenaria siceraria. 10seeds/pack
€3.00
Hercules Club

Hercules Club

Hercules Club, also called Long Gourd, Club Gourd, Cucuzzi Squash, Sicilian Snake. Produces very long fruits, up to 50-75cm. Young fruits are cooked and eaten like squash. White, delicate flesh. Fully ripe fruits get hard as wood. Climbing or trailing up to 250cm or more. Lagenaria longissima. 6seeds/pack
€3.00
Kobra Gourd

Kobra Gourd

Gourd Kobra is a traditionally bottle-shaped gourd with fruits up to 30cm long. The fruits are bright green, mottled with pale spots and streaks. Climbing or trailing up to 250cm or more. Young fruits can be cooked and eaten like squash. Gourds have been grown for a very long time, not primarily for food, but for containers. Fully ripe fruits get hollow and hard as wood. Can be used as bottles for water or containers, musical instruments, lamps, and more. Lagenaria siceraria. 4seeds/pack
€3.00