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Luffa (Luffa Cylindrica) - Luffas (also spelled loofah or loofa) are part of the same family as cucumbers, squash, pumpkins and other gourds. Luffa cylindrica is native to India and grown in many other parts of the world.

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ABOUT
PLANTING DIRECTIONS
VIDEOS

Flower Specifications

SEASON

Annuals

USDA ZONES

6 - 10

HEIGHT

4 - 6 feet

BLOOM SEASON

Summer

BLOOM COLOR

Yellow

ENVIRONMENT

Full sun

SOIL TYPE

Well drained soil, pH 5.6 - 7.5

DEER RESISTANT

Yes

LATIN NAME

Luffa Cylindrica

Luffa (Luffa Cylindrica) - Luffas (also spelled loofah or loofa) are part of the same family as cucumbers, squash, pumpkins and other gourds. Luffa cylindrica is native to India and grown in many other parts of the world. It’s been called dishcloth gourd, vegetable sponge or Chinese okra. In fact, when the luffa is less than 7 inches long, it is actually edible if you slice it up in salads or cook it like squash or okra.

Luffas will dry on the vine if you leave them there long enough, but many people like to cut them off when the luffa is as about 2 feet long. As they dry, they’ll turn from dark green to brown, and become lighter in weight. After about two weeks, remove the tough outer skin. Either soak them for a day to help loosen the skin, or shatter the dry, crispy skin and peel it off the luffa in sections.

Traditional Sponge Vegetable

The fruit of the luffa plant has long been used as a natural sponge! It is remarkably useful when dried.

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How To Grow

Luffas are annual plants that can take up to 200 days to mature, so plant them as early in the spring as possible after all danger of frost has passed. Sow directly outside along the bottom of a sturdy structure that the vines can climb. In colder climates, it may be necessary to start seeds indoors so the plant has enough time to mature. Transplant outdoors once the weather has properly warmed. Luffa vines can grow up to 30 feet long, so plan ahead in providing a structure strong enough to support their height and weight. Plant in an area that gets full sun, and water daily in the summer.

  • Soil: well-drained with pH 5.6-7.5
  • Sowing rate: 3-4 seeds per plant
  • Moisture: keep seeds moist until germination
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Plant Information

Luffas are annual plants that grow in USDA zones 6 through 10. They do not typically survive the winter and their fruit should be harvested in autumn. These remarkable plants have a vining habit and can grow up to 30 feet long!

  • Height: 4-6 feet
  • Bloom season: summer
  • Bloom color: yellow
  • Produces a useful fruit

Planting Directions

TEMPERATURE

70 - 75F

AVERAGE GERM TIME

10 - 15 days

LIGHT REQUIRED

No

DEPTH

1/2 inch

SOWING RATE

3 - 4 seeds per plant

MOISTURE

Keep seeds moist until germination

PLANT SPACING

36 inches

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PLANTING DIRECTIONS
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Flower Specifications

SEASON

Perennial

USDA ZONES

5 - 10

HEIGHT

10 inches

BLOOM SEASON

Spring through winter

BLOOM COLOR

Mix

ENVIRONMENT

Partial shade

SOIL TYPE

Well-drained, pH 6.1 - 7.5

DEER RESISTANT

Yes

HOUSE PLANT

Yes

LATIN NAME

Sinningia Speciosa

Gloxinia (Sinningia Speciosa Brocade Series) - Sow Gloxinia seeds to produce a beautiful mixture of red, blue, and white blooms. These compact Gloxinia plants blossom four to six months after sowing. They will flower for about 2 months, go dormant for about 2 months, and then begin growing again and start flowering. Gloxinias make a great house plant, giving wonderful, colorful blooms! Sinningia Speciosa is often referred to as Florist's Gloxinia or Brazilian Gloxinia.

Gloxina seeds are a bit tricky to germinate and do best indoors and under lights. Do not cover the flower seeds after sowing since they need light to germinate. Sinningia Speciosa seeds should germinate in about 3 weeks at 70 - 75F degrees. Soil should be kept uniformly moist, but do not keep it saturated. Florist's Gloxinia care includes avoiding watering the crown of the plant as this might cause the plant to rot, and use water that is at room temperature for watering. The Brazilian Gloxinia plant needs lots of light, but no direct light. Gloxinias do best in temperatures around 65 - 75F degrees, especially when they are blooming. After blooming, keep watering to a minimum and don't fertilize.

Traditional Sponge Vegetable

The fruit of the luffa plant has long been used as a natural sponge! It is remarkably useful when dried.

Traditional Sponge Vegetable

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How To Grow

Luffas are annual plants that can take up to 200 days to mature, so plant them as early in the spring as possible after all danger of frost has passed. Sow directly outside along the bottom of a sturdy structure that the vines can climb. In colder climates, it may be necessary to start seeds indoors so the plant has enough time to mature. Transplant outdoors once the weather has properly warmed. Luffa vines can grow up to 30 feet long, so plan ahead in providing a structure strong enough to support their height and weight. Plant in an area that gets full sun, and water daily in the summer.

  • Soil: well-drained with pH 5.6-7.5
  • Sowing rate: 3-4 seeds per plant
  • Moisture: keep seeds moist until germination
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Plant Information

Luffas are annual plants that grow in USDA zones 6 through 10. They do not typically survive the winter and their fruit should be harvested in autumn. These remarkable plants have a vining habit and can grow up to 30 feet long!

  • Height: 4-6 feet
  • Bloom season: summer
  • Bloom color: yellow
  • Produces a useful fruit

Planting Directions

TEMPERATURE

70 - 75F

AVERAGE GERM TIME

21 - 28 days

LIGHT REQUIRED

Yes

DEPTH

Do not cover the seed but press into the soil

SOWING RATE

4 seeds per plant

MOISTURE

Keep seed moist until germination

PLANT SPACING

10 inches

CARE & MAINTENANCE

Gloxinia

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PLANTING DIRECTIONS
VIDEOS

Flower Specifications

SEASON

Annual

USDA ZONES

4 - 10

HEIGHT

6 - 8 inches

BLOOM SEASON

Mid spring to late summer

BLOOM COLOR

Mix

ENVIRONMENT

Full sun

SOIL TYPE

Best in rich, well drain soil

DEER RESISTANT

No

LATIN NAME

Leptosiphon Hybrida

Leptosiphon Mix (Leptosiphon Hybrida French Hybrids Mix) - Start Leptosiphon seeds to start these dainty little flowers. Leptosiphon French Hybrids has the synonymous botanical name Linanthus androsaceus. This low-growing annual has fern-like foliage and hundreds of sweet little half inch star-shaped flowers that shine out from the foliage. The colors are mixed and bright in shades of rose, yellow, orange and cream. Leptosiphon uses include edging the front of the flower bed, containers, edging a pathway, or as a ground cover. Commonly known as False Baby Stars, this annual is lovely if it is allowed to spill over the edges of rocks or containers. It makes a carpet of color and is stunning!

Grow Leptosiphon seeds directly outside in a prepared seedbed after frost danger has passed. Press the flower seed into the soil and lightly cover. False Baby Stars flowers perform best in full sun, and they prefer rich, well-draining soil.

Traditional Sponge Vegetable

The fruit of the luffa plant has long been used as a natural sponge! It is remarkably useful when dried.

Traditional Sponge Vegetable

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How To Grow

Luffas are annual plants that can take up to 200 days to mature, so plant them as early in the spring as possible after all danger of frost has passed. Sow directly outside along the bottom of a sturdy structure that the vines can climb. In colder climates, it may be necessary to start seeds indoors so the plant has enough time to mature. Transplant outdoors once the weather has properly warmed. Luffa vines can grow up to 30 feet long, so plan ahead in providing a structure strong enough to support their height and weight. Plant in an area that gets full sun, and water daily in the summer.

  • Soil: well-drained with pH 5.6-7.5
  • Sowing rate: 3-4 seeds per plant
  • Moisture: keep seeds moist until germination
Remarkable Sponge-Producer

Plant Information

Luffas are annual plants that grow in USDA zones 6 through 10. They do not typically survive the winter and their fruit should be harvested in autumn. These remarkable plants have a vining habit and can grow up to 30 feet long!

  • Height: 4-6 feet
  • Bloom season: summer
  • Bloom color: yellow
  • Produces a useful fruit

Planting Directions

TEMPERATURE

55 - 65F

AVERAGE GERM TIME

14 - 21 days

LIGHT REQUIRED

Yes

DEPTH

Surface sow seed and light cover no more than 1/8 inch deep

SOWING RATE

3 - 5 seeds per cell or approximately 5000 seeds covers 100 square feet

MOISTURE

Keep seeds moist until germination

PLANT SPACING

8 inches

CARE & MAINTENANCE

Leptosiphon

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PLANTING DIRECTIONS
VIDEOS

Flower Specifications

SEASON

Annual

USDA ZONES

3 - 11

HEIGHT

120 inches

BLOOM SEASON

Spring to fall

BLOOM COLOR

Purple

ENVIRONMENT

Full sun to partial shade

SOIL TYPE

Rich, loamy soil, pH 5.5 - 6.5

DEER RESISTANT

No

LATIN NAME

Rhodochiton Atrosanguineus

Purple Bell Vine (Rhodociton Atrosanguineus) - Grow Rhodociton Atrosanguineus seeds for an exotic vine that will have everyone's attention! Rhodociton Purple Bell Vine has heart-shaped leaves and dark purple bell-shaped flowers that dangle from thread-like stems. Bell Vine uses include baskets where it will cascade over the edges and look stunning or give it a trellis where it will grow with support up to 120 inches in height. Rhodociton Purple Bells needs rich, well-drained soil and full sun to partial shade although it prefers afternoon shade in hotter climates. Purple Bells bloom from late spring to late fall.

Sow Purple Bell Vine seeds indoors in late winter. Gently press the flower seeds into the soil and barely cover the seed with soil. Keep consistently moist until germination occurs. Harden the seedlings off for 10 days or more before planting outdoors. Purple Bell Vine is free-flowering and needs little care.

Traditional Sponge Vegetable

The fruit of the luffa plant has long been used as a natural sponge! It is remarkably useful when dried.

Traditional Sponge Vegetable

Remarkable Sponge-Producer

How To Grow

Luffas are annual plants that can take up to 200 days to mature, so plant them as early in the spring as possible after all danger of frost has passed. Sow directly outside along the bottom of a sturdy structure that the vines can climb. In colder climates, it may be necessary to start seeds indoors so the plant has enough time to mature. Transplant outdoors once the weather has properly warmed. Luffa vines can grow up to 30 feet long, so plan ahead in providing a structure strong enough to support their height and weight. Plant in an area that gets full sun, and water daily in the summer.

  • Soil: well-drained with pH 5.6-7.5
  • Sowing rate: 3-4 seeds per plant
  • Moisture: keep seeds moist until germination
Remarkable Sponge-Producer

Plant Information

Luffas are annual plants that grow in USDA zones 6 through 10. They do not typically survive the winter and their fruit should be harvested in autumn. These remarkable plants have a vining habit and can grow up to 30 feet long!

  • Height: 4-6 feet
  • Bloom season: summer
  • Bloom color: yellow
  • Produces a useful fruit

Planting Directions

TEMPERATURE

60 - 65F

AVERAGE GERM TIME

12 - 40 days

LIGHT REQUIRED

Yes

DEPTH

1/16th inch deep

SOWING RATE

2 - 3 seeds per plant

MOISTURE

Keeps seeds moist until germination

PLANT SPACING

10 - 12 inches

CARE & MAINTENANCE

Rhodochiton

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PLANTING DIRECTIONS
VIDEOS

Flower Specifications

SEASON

Perennial

USDA ZONES

7 - 11

HEIGHT

28 inches

BLOOM SEASON

Spring to fall

BLOOM COLOR

Rosy purple

ENVIRONMENT

Full sun to partial shade

SOIL TYPE

Well drained soils, pH 6.6 to 7.5

DEER RESISTANT

Yes

LATIN NAME

Rehmannia Angulata

Chinese Foxglove (Rehmannia Angulata Rosy Purple) - Rehmannia Angulata seeds can be grown as annuals in all climates and as perennials in USDA zones 7 - 11. Commonly referred to as Chinese Foxglove, this beauty does well in full sun or partial shade, and the Chinese Foxglove plants continuously produce large, foxglove-like flowers from late spring through fall. The flowers can measure 2 - 3 inches across and are rosy purple with spotted throats. Chinese Foxglove is great in the flower border, and the flowers are nice for cutting. A synonymous botanical name is Rehmannia elata.

How To Grow Chinese Foxglove From Seeds: Sow the Rehmannia Angulata seeds indoors in the late winter. In a starter tray using quality soil, press the flower seeds gently into the soil. Keep the Chinese Foxglove seeds consistently moist until germination occurs. Transplant the Chinese Foxglove seedlings into 3 inch pots and let them grow on indoors until all danger of frost has passed. Harden the Chinese Foxglove plants off for 10 days or more before planting outdoors. Provide winter mulch for extra protection in zones 7 and 8.

Traditional Sponge Vegetable

The fruit of the luffa plant has long been used as a natural sponge! It is remarkably useful when dried.

Traditional Sponge Vegetable

Remarkable Sponge-Producer

How To Grow

Luffas are annual plants that can take up to 200 days to mature, so plant them as early in the spring as possible after all danger of frost has passed. Sow directly outside along the bottom of a sturdy structure that the vines can climb. In colder climates, it may be necessary to start seeds indoors so the plant has enough time to mature. Transplant outdoors once the weather has properly warmed. Luffa vines can grow up to 30 feet long, so plan ahead in providing a structure strong enough to support their height and weight. Plant in an area that gets full sun, and water daily in the summer.

  • Soil: well-drained with pH 5.6-7.5
  • Sowing rate: 3-4 seeds per plant
  • Moisture: keep seeds moist until germination
Remarkable Sponge-Producer

Plant Information

Luffas are annual plants that grow in USDA zones 6 through 10. They do not typically survive the winter and their fruit should be harvested in autumn. These remarkable plants have a vining habit and can grow up to 30 feet long!

  • Height: 4-6 feet
  • Bloom season: summer
  • Bloom color: yellow
  • Produces a useful fruit

Planting Directions

TEMPERATURE

73F

AVERAGE GERM TIME

14 - 21 days

LIGHT REQUIRED

Yes

DEPTH

Surface sow seed and press in to soil

SOWING RATE

7 - 8 seeds per plant

MOISTURE

Keep seeds moist until germination

PLANT SPACING

18 - 24 inches

CARE & MAINTENANCE

Rehmannia

ABOUT
PLANTING DIRECTIONS
VIDEOS

Flower Specifications

SEASON

Perennial

USDA ZONES

7 - 11

HEIGHT

4 inches

WIDTH

12 - 18 inches

BLOOM SEASON

Early spring to early fall

BLOOM COLOR

Pink

ENVIRONMENT

Full sun to partial shade

FOOT TRAFFIC

Light

DEER RESISTANT

Yes

LATIN NAME

Polygonum Capitatum

Pinkhead Smartweed (Polygonum Capitatum Punching Balls) - Polygonum Capitatum seeds can be grown to form a low-growing, spreading ground cover. A synonymous botanical name is Persicaria Capitata, and it has many common names: Pinkhead Smartweed, Pink Knotweed, Pink Clover, and Pink Fleece Flower. Pink Knotweed uses include containers, baskets, edging the front of the border or as ground cover plants. It looks especially lovely in raised beds or containers where it can spill over the edges. Pinkhead Smartweed is praised for its burgundy tinted foliage and small coral-pink round flower heads. It is a tough, easy-to-grow ground cover for sun or shade with a long bloom season.

Start Polygonum Capitatum seeds indoors in late winter for areas with a short growing season. Use quality seed starting soil and small pots. Press the ground cover seeds into the moistened soil and lightly cover. Maintain moisture until germination occurs. After danger of frost has passed, transplant the Pink Knotweeds seedlings outdoors after hardening the ground cover plants for 10 days or more. For areas with a long growing season, start the Knotweed ground cover seeds directly outdoors after danger of frost has passed. Prepare a weed-free seedbed and lightly cover the seeds with soil after broadcasting.

 

 

Traditional Sponge Vegetable

The fruit of the luffa plant has long been used as a natural sponge! It is remarkably useful when dried.

Traditional Sponge Vegetable

Remarkable Sponge-Producer

How To Grow

Luffas are annual plants that can take up to 200 days to mature, so plant them as early in the spring as possible after all danger of frost has passed. Sow directly outside along the bottom of a sturdy structure that the vines can climb. In colder climates, it may be necessary to start seeds indoors so the plant has enough time to mature. Transplant outdoors once the weather has properly warmed. Luffa vines can grow up to 30 feet long, so plan ahead in providing a structure strong enough to support their height and weight. Plant in an area that gets full sun, and water daily in the summer.

  • Soil: well-drained with pH 5.6-7.5
  • Sowing rate: 3-4 seeds per plant
  • Moisture: keep seeds moist until germination
Remarkable Sponge-Producer

Plant Information

Luffas are annual plants that grow in USDA zones 6 through 10. They do not typically survive the winter and their fruit should be harvested in autumn. These remarkable plants have a vining habit and can grow up to 30 feet long!

  • Height: 4-6 feet
  • Bloom season: summer
  • Bloom color: yellow
  • Produces a useful fruit

Planting Directions

TEMPERATURE

70 - 75F

AVERAGE GERM TIME

21 - 60 days

LIGHT REQUIRED

Yes

DEPTH

Surface sow and lightly cover 1/16 inch

SOIL TYPE

Grows in a variety of soil types from sandy loams to clay

SOWING RATE

Approximately 1000 seeds covers 20 square feet

MOISTURE

Keep seeds moist until germination

PLANT SPACING

12 - 18 inches

NOTE

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CARE & MAINTENANCE

Polygonum

ABOUT
PLANTING DIRECTIONS
VIDEOS

Flower Specifications

SEASON

Annual

USDA ZONES

3 - 11

HEIGHT

100 - 140 inches

BLOOM SEASON

Late spring to late summer

BLOOM COLOR

Mix

ENVIRONMENT

Full sun

SOIL TYPE

Well drained, pH 6.6 - 7.5

DEER RESISTANT

No

HOUSE PLANT

No

LATIN NAME

Phaseolus Coccineus

Scarlet Runner Bean Mix (Phaseolus Coccineus Mix) - Every gardener should try growing Scarlet Runner Beans seeds. This unique plant is a decorative runner beans mix with colorful beans, three flower colors and edible young pods. Here are some very interesting facts about Phaseolus Coccineus Scarlet Runner:

  • They are nutritious, good and healthy to eat
  • Have a more distinctive flavor than French beans
  • You can eat the fresh pods after cooking, or harvest seeds from older pods to cook as haricot beans
  • They are often prolific croppers - with a freezer you can grow enough to last many months
  • They easily grow in odd spaces amongst flowers, etc...
  • Scarlet Runner Beans also have attractive flowers
  • Flat runner beans are not stocked fresh in small fruit and vegetable shops, or in tins or frozen packs
  • Like other plants of the pea family this crop leaves your soil enriched in nitrogen

Scarlet Runner Beans have brilliant red flowers that last throughout the summer. This wonderful mix has brown, purple, and red flamed beans as well as white. Flowers are scarlet, white, and bi-color red and white. The blossoms are less than an inch across and grow in clusters. The edible beans grow up to a foot long and are especially good when picked young. Pick them often to promote continued flowering. The Scarlet Runner Bean vine will quickly and brilliantly cover fences, trellises and other garden structures and will climb 10 - 12 feet.

Sow Scarlet Runner Beans seeds outdoors after all danger of frost has passed. Plant Phaseolus Coccineus seed 1 inch deep and 3 inches apart. Germination takes 7 - 14 days. Keep the soil moderately moist during germination. Thin 4 - 6 inches apart when plants are 2 - 3 inches tall.

Runner beans are a favorite with hummingbirds and butterflies. Plant some on a back fence or a trellis and enjoy the flowers and the hummingbirds year after year! Plants need full sun and plenty of water. Growing Scarlet Runner Beans is fun and rewarding!

Traditional Sponge Vegetable

The fruit of the luffa plant has long been used as a natural sponge! It is remarkably useful when dried.

Traditional Sponge Vegetable

Remarkable Sponge-Producer

How To Grow

Luffas are annual plants that can take up to 200 days to mature, so plant them as early in the spring as possible after all danger of frost has passed. Sow directly outside along the bottom of a sturdy structure that the vines can climb. In colder climates, it may be necessary to start seeds indoors so the plant has enough time to mature. Transplant outdoors once the weather has properly warmed. Luffa vines can grow up to 30 feet long, so plan ahead in providing a structure strong enough to support their height and weight. Plant in an area that gets full sun, and water daily in the summer.

  • Soil: well-drained with pH 5.6-7.5
  • Sowing rate: 3-4 seeds per plant
  • Moisture: keep seeds moist until germination
Remarkable Sponge-Producer

Plant Information

Luffas are annual plants that grow in USDA zones 6 through 10. They do not typically survive the winter and their fruit should be harvested in autumn. These remarkable plants have a vining habit and can grow up to 30 feet long!

  • Height: 4-6 feet
  • Bloom season: summer
  • Bloom color: yellow
  • Produces a useful fruit

Planting Directions

TEMPERATURE

70F

AVERAGE GERM TIME

7 - 14 days

LIGHT REQUIRED

No

DEPTH

1 inch deep

SOWING RATE

1 seed per plant

MOISTURE

Keep the soil moderately moist during germination

PLANT SPACING

6 inches

CARE & MAINTENANCE

Scarlet Runner Beans

ABOUT
PLANTING DIRECTIONS
VIDEOS

Flower Specifications

SEASON

Annual

USDA ZONES

4 - 9

HEIGHT

12 inches

BLOOM SEASON

Late summer to early fall

BLOOM COLOR

Mix

ENVIRONMENT

Full sun

SOIL TYPE

Moist, well-drained, pH 6.6 - 7.3

DEER RESISTANT

Yes

LATIN NAME

Brassica Oleracea

Ornamental Cabbage (Brassica Oleracea) - Start Ornamental Cabbage seeds to create a colorful bed that is cold tolerant and easy-to-maintain. Ornamental Cabbage uses include edging the flower border or planting in containers for fall and winter interest. These Ornamental Brassica plants contain all pink, all white, or all purple centers with green outer leaves. Nothing looks more elegant or stands out more beautifully in the fall than Ornamental Brassicas.

Just start Ornamental Brassica seeds indoors, covering the flower seeds very lightly. Ornamental Cabbage seeds germinate quickly and the young plants can be transplanted. Ornamental Cabbage plants will start out green, and with time, they will begin to develop color. About 12 weeks after sowing the Ornamental Cabbage seeds, there will be a perfectly round, colorful rosette 10 inches high and 12 inches wide. These cabbages gain color quickly and are late to bolt.

Traditional Sponge Vegetable

The fruit of the luffa plant has long been used as a natural sponge! It is remarkably useful when dried.

Traditional Sponge Vegetable

Remarkable Sponge-Producer

How To Grow

Luffas are annual plants that can take up to 200 days to mature, so plant them as early in the spring as possible after all danger of frost has passed. Sow directly outside along the bottom of a sturdy structure that the vines can climb. In colder climates, it may be necessary to start seeds indoors so the plant has enough time to mature. Transplant outdoors once the weather has properly warmed. Luffa vines can grow up to 30 feet long, so plan ahead in providing a structure strong enough to support their height and weight. Plant in an area that gets full sun, and water daily in the summer.

  • Soil: well-drained with pH 5.6-7.5
  • Sowing rate: 3-4 seeds per plant
  • Moisture: keep seeds moist until germination
Remarkable Sponge-Producer

Plant Information

Luffas are annual plants that grow in USDA zones 6 through 10. They do not typically survive the winter and their fruit should be harvested in autumn. These remarkable plants have a vining habit and can grow up to 30 feet long!

  • Height: 4-6 feet
  • Bloom season: summer
  • Bloom color: yellow
  • Produces a useful fruit

Planting Directions

TEMPERATURE

65F

AVERAGE GERM TIME

7 - 14 days

LIGHT REQUIRED

Yes

DEPTH

1/8th inch

SOWING RATE

1 - 2 seeds per plant

MOISTURE

Keep seeds moist until germination

PLANT SPACING

12 inches

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