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Thread: Birdhouse Gourds

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    Super Member Debbie B's Avatar
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    Painted some birdhouse gourds today.
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    Really cute. I like the bees one.

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    I love those! Do you sell them?
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    Very cool!

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    I like the cat, what a sense of humor. :thumbup: All are cute.

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    very cute, thanks for sharing with us

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    That cat is adorable. You have a real talent.

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    I love those. We have tried to grow them in Texas with no luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctack2
    I love those! Do you sell them?
    Carol B
    No, I don't sell them. Last year I bought two little tiny birdhouse gourd plants. Those two tiny plants took over my garden. And they stink!! They have a very musky smell to the vines. I did get 6 gourds, though. It took almost a year for them to dry out. My daughter came today & she painted some too. I think if I ever do this again I'll just buy the gourds instead of growing them. We got our ideas from pictures on line. Below is one my daughter painted. The one on the table my granddaughter painted.
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    Those are great. Love the cat.

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