Extra Long Handled Dipper
A very long, 3'+ handled variety (not the common dipper) with a 5-8" bowl at the bottom. Can be used
for water dippers, crafts, and much more.
Japanese Nest Egg Gourd
Highly popular in the 1800's, the gourds are the size and shape of a hen's egg and are white in color.
They are used as nest eggs; often found growing wild here in the Ozarks.
Maranka (Caveman's Club)
10-16" long, dipper-type gourds are very knobby and unusual looking. One of the most attractive, hard-shelled gourds
you can grow. High yields.
"The fruit exactly resembles a ripe orange in size and color," says The Vegetable Garden, Vilmorin's 1885
book. We are pleased to offer this rare heirloom.
Small Apple Gourd
A unique small apple-shaped gourd. This one has very high demand with craft people!
Brightly colored, orange and green striped, small spoon-shaped gourds are excellent for fall decorations. Huge yields.
Small Warted Mix
A mix of small warty types. They come in many shapes and colors. This is an excellent mix for market growers.
Thick, dipper-shaped fruit that resemble swans with their necks curved. Great for crafts. These large gourds have speckles
when green. Unique.
Tennessee Dancing or Spinning Gourds
A tiny gourd just 2" long! They are bottle-shaped and green and white striped, turning tan when dry. Dancing gourds spin
just like a top. They make great toys, superb crafts, arrangements, and much more! This is the smallest gourd we have seen!
We are so pleased to be able to offer this unique heirloom from the hills of Tennessee!
Verruqueuse Africaine (African Warty)
This unique gourd produces fairly long fruit that are just covered with warts! Very unusual looking; rare.