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Ornamental Gourds: dying juniper tree...aka "gourd trellis" #2

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San Antonio, TX

August 28, 2008
1:04 AM

Post #5476279

Here is bottom up view. Just a few of the gourds. Hope you get a laugh or at least a smile out of my gourd tree.

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Lumberton, TX
(Zone 8b)

August 28, 2008
7:20 PM

Post #5479387

Erin, the only caution is to leave the gourds on the vine until they are brown and very light. If you pick them green they will rot. There is a method for picking them a little green and curing them, but it's better to leave them. Don't know whether you knew this! Also, IF you're a novice, don't panic when you see mold. It's part of the process.
Crossville, TN

September 2, 2008
1:13 PM

Post #5497807

Nice crop of gourds...and I agree with Bridge!! Jo

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