Gourd Plants


Anonymous added on February 25, 2011 | Answered

If I plant two different type of gourds, say one of them is bird house and the other is a dipper gourd, will they come out as different gourds or will they be something thats looks altogether different?

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Answered on March 3, 2011

When cross pollination occurs, it will affect the seeds of the cross pollinated plants, not the fruit. If the fruit from this year's plants will look normal, but if you plant their seeds, you may get something that is a cross between the two plants you have this year. Here is more information:

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