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Bottle Gourd Calabash Fruits

Posted by abkaisure 10 (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 14, 10 at 10:21

Unique Hybrid of calabash Genus Bottle gourd fruits Cucurbitaceae family.

Calabash fruit is native and originated from Taiwan 1 of the most refine and oldest source for excellent quality bottle gourd Calabash. This genus from Taiwan is unique compare to other Calabash location, because the type of temperature and special climate factors. This Calabash has a smoother texture externally and tender fruit pulp within, bore more fruits. Eating up all trellis elegantly in no time. And after preservation and airing, it's capable of transforming into unique; durable souvenir, due to the special genus with a smoother texture and hard nature, many artist paint write on it easily and readily.

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