The Caveman's Club gourd gets its name because it resembles the club of a primitive caveman! Caveman's Club gourd can grow to be 18" long with a narrow handle that ends in an oblong, deeply veined and ridged "club." This gourd matures late and should be planted early for best results. Trellis the vines to help ensure straight necks.
The Ten Commandments Gourd is a unique softball sized variety that comes in a mix of striped, mottled and multicolored that is perfect for decorating. This variety is named for the 5 pairs of protruding prongs that point towards the blossom end. The bright, festive colors will add an autumn look to any home!
Just like its name, the Birdhouse is the perfect gourd for your feathered friends! The birdhouse gourd allows you to grow perfect sized homemade birdhouses. Growing this gourd is a great opportunity to involve young ones in the garden. Make sure to harvest this gourd when the shell is hard. Stand the Birdhouse gourds upright when they are still young and growing to form a gourd that will sit on its base.
Grow your own bathroom sponge with this Luffa gourd! The fibrous internal structure of the Luffa can be used as a sponge for cleaning or as an exfoliator. This gourd is fun to grow and show your friends!
The Big Apple is a gourd that is great for ornamental uses. This gourd plant produces 8-inch fruit that looks just like giant apples, hence its name! This gourd is great for crafts and fall displays. Big Apple can also be painted red or made into birdhouses.
The Bushel is gigantic ornamental gourd! Bushel gourds produce gigantic sized gourds that can grow up to 5 feet in diameter, the size of a bushel basket, and can weigh as much as 100 pounds. This gourd variety is excellent for making crafts. Impress your neighbors by growing this gigantic gourd!