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This list of gourds and squashes provides an alphabetical list of (mostly edible) varieties of the plant genus Cucurbita, commonly called gourds, squashes, pumpkins and zucchinis/courgettes. Common names can differ by location. The varieties included below are members of the following species: C. argyrosperma ...

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Gourds stock photos and images (49,263) Best Match Fresh. Refine. Back Page of 657 ... 0 / 0 Pumpkins and gourds Stock Photography by slowbird 1 / 49 Green pumpkins and small gourds on table Pictures by Sandralise 1 / 7 Gourds Pictures by urbanlight 0 / 19 Thanksgiving background Stock Images by gajdamak 17 / 71 Halloween gourds Stock Photo by ...

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A little Gourd info Ornamental gourds can be divided into two major botanical groups. They all belong to the Cucurbitaceae (Cucurbit) family, which includes many types of squash and pumpkins. The bright, multi-colored, thick-shelled, sometimes warty types are of the Cucurbita genus (C. pepo).

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pictures of different types of gourds | What kind of gourd is this?. Visit. Discover ideas about Gourds Birdhouse. pictures of different types of gourds. Gourds Birdhouse Fairy Homes Gourd Art Different Types Bird Houses Pumpkins Fairy Houses Pumpkin Birdhouses. More information. Saved by. Orisha Goodies And more ...

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Growing gourds (especially birdhouse varieties) tips and pointers. With pictures. After painting my first birdhouse gourds (see previous pin) that were given to me by a friend, I've been inspired to grow oodles of them.

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There are different types of gourds, including edible squashes like butternut and pumpkins and the hard-shelled gourds. Just as the edible squashes come in many different varieties, so too do the hard-shelled, ornament gourds. Here is a short list of the most common hard-shell gourd shapes by name with pictures.

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Gourd is occasionally used to describe crop plants in the family Cucurbitaceae, like pumpkins, cucumbers, squash, luffa, and melons. More specifically, gourd refers to the fruits of plants in the two Cucurbitaceae genera Lagenaria and Cucurbita, or also to their hollow, dried-out shell. A gourd can also have a hard shell when dehydrated. There are many different gourds worldwide.

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The gourd family has about 800 species noted mainly for their usefulness more than as a vegetable.. Gourds is a term that is loosely applied to some, or all, of the fruits from the Cucurbitaceae family, depending on the country. In North America, gourd is used when referring to hard-shelled squash grown for ornamental or useful purposes.

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This list of gourds and squashes provides an alphabetical list of (mostly edible) varieties of the plant genus Cucurbita L., commonly called gourds, squashes (or marrows), pumpkins and zucchinis/courgettes. Common names can differ by location. The varieties included below are members of the following species: C. mixta Pang. (C.