Gunderdon Gourds

Gourds

have been cultivated for thousands of years by many cultures worldwide, including Native Americans, for their usefulness as utensils, storage containers, and as ornaments. Gourds are related to melons, squash, pumpkins, and cucumbers, all members of the Cucurbitaceae or Cucumber family.

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GOURD TYPES

Apple
Bird House
Bushel
Bottle
Cannon Ball
Canteen
Dipper
Fun 3-Sided
Martin House
Penguin
Swan
Zucca

Shovel

Gunderson Penguin Gourds

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