Bottle gourd, also known as calabash gourd and white-flowered gourd, is pretty versatile. You can grow it in many ways, as long as you give it a bit of care.
Once grown, you can use the sturdy bottle gourd fruit in many fun and practical ways.
Read on to find out how to grow and care for the bottle gourd.
- What Is a Bottle Gourd?
- What Is the Difference Between Squash and Gourd?
- Where To Grow Bottle Gourd?
- How To Germinate a Squash Gourd?
- How To Plant Bottle Gourd?
- How To Grow Bottle Gourd?
- How To Fertilize a Bottle Gourd?
- How To Grow a Bottle Gourd Indoors?
- How To Care For a Bottle Gourd?
- How To Prune a Bottle Gourd Vine?
- How To Cure a Bottle Gourd?
- How To Polish a Bottle Squash?
- How To Harvest and Keep Bottle Gourd Seeds?
- How To Protect a Squash Gourd From Frost?
- What Pests and Diseases Attack the Bottle Squash?
- How To Pollinate a Bottle Gourd Flower?
- How To Water a Squash Gourd?
- How and Where To Store Bottle Calabash?
- When and How To Harvest a Gourd Calabash?
- Can Bottle Gourds Just Stay on the Vine?
- Can You Change the Gourd Shape?
What Is a Bottle Gourd?
Bottle gourd (Lagenaria siceraria) aka. calabash is a type of plant that produces versatile, edible fruit. The fruit grows on vines that spread out from the bottle gourd root, which dies at the end of the season.