Growing Practices:

Latin Name: Lagenaria siceraria

Days to Maturity: 60+


These gourds are great eaten small as a substitute for summer squash. They're mild, slightly sweet and make a refreshing grilled or pan seared vegetable. Since growing pepo varieties of squash is difficult for me because of squash-vine borers and squash bugs, I grow these gourds instead. Vigorous and productive in Florida.

Growing Tips:

These gourds love to climb or crawl. I grow them on the ground and they put out roots at leaf nodes.


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Edible Gourds

Unit SizePriceDescription
1 Packet $4.00 7 grams, 30 seeds