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Bushel Gourd, Lagenaria siceraria Seeds, Giant Gourd weighing up to 100 LBs & 5 Feet in Diameter - Perfect For Crafts

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0.10 LBS
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Pkt. Size     –        5         Seeds     for          $1.25

1oz     –              150+      Seeds     for        $20.00

4oz     –              600+      Seeds     for        $60.00

½ LB  –           1200+      Seeds     for        $80.00

1 LB   –           2400+      Seeds     for      $140.00



Bushel Gourd:

120 days. Lagenaria siceraria

Gigantic size gourds. Gourds can grow up to 5 feet in diameter, the size of a bushel basket, and can weigh as much as 100 lbs.  Excellent for making crafts

Early history of using gourds as containers, fishing floats, bottles, or musical instruments have been well documented. Recent research shows that North America's gourds are nearly as old as those of Asia, which seems to suggest that early peoples who settled in the New World brought gourds with them.

Bushel Gourd Germination:
To speed germination, soak the seeds overnight. Plant the seedlings outdoors in rich soil and full sun after the last spring frost.
For direct sowing, wait until the soil warms to 70 degrees F, then plant 5 seeds per hill, 1" deep, with 5' spacing; later, thin to the strongest plant.

Growing Bushel Gourd Seeds:
Keep the soil evenly moist. When the vines begin to develop, either provide a trellis or lay down mulch to keep the gourds from contact with the soil; too much soil contact can weaken the shell, distort the shape, and cause rotting.

Harvesting Bushel Gourd:
Late in the summer, the stem and leaves of the gourd will wither and turn brown; cut off the gourd, leaving about 2" of stem. Wash it with a solution of white vinegar water to deter mold. Place them in a warm, dry location on a screen so that every side of the gourd has good air circulation. If the gourd begins to rot and shrivel up, throw it away; surface mold is normal. Large gourds may take up to six months to dry - when completely dry, they will be extremely lightweight and the seeds will rattle inside.

Saving Bushel Gourd Seeds:
After the gourds have completely dried so that the seeds inside rattle, remove the seed by cutting open the gourd or drilling a hole in the shell. Spread out the seeds to dry; when a seed will snap in two, it has dried sufficiently. If the seed only bends but will not break, further drying time is needed. Store the dry seeds in a cool, dry place for up to six years.

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  1. gourd seed 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 16th Apr 2019

    they arrived very quickly after ordering its a bit too early for my planting season yet but they look great in the packet im well pleased

  2. Just perfect what more can I say 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 9th May 2018

    Every single seed sprouted. Wooohoooo