Birdhouse gourd update

I have two becoming even-more-prolific birdhouse gourd plants. The first one planted in the ground has several baby gourds on it! Considering they have never gotten past the six-inch height in past years, I consider this amazing. :-)
The two luffa plants are also doing very well. The first one planted in the ground is considerably larger and with more separate vines which would be expected. However, neither of them has had any blossoms. I also consider these a success because they, also, have never gotten past the six-inch height in past years.
The tomatoes may not be getting ripe very fast, but it looks like a good vine year here. It's a shame I didn't remember cucumbers this year. The acorn squash is also going wild, but, also, I didn't plant pumpkins either. :-(
Happy gardening.
Glenna
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snipped-for-privacy@pmug.org (Glenna Rose) wrote:

Mine always exhibited explosive growth!

Probably all the rain... Gourds and their ilk do enjoy a lot of water sometimes. I've never grown Loofa, but Aquarena Springs Park used to grow them on their fence.

Watermelon... <G>
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