Trichosanthes

Cucumeroides Gaertn. Eopepon Naudin Involucraria Ser. Trichosanthes is a genus of tropical and subtropical vines. They belong to the cucumber family (Cucurbitaceae), and are closely related to Gymnopetalum. Hodgsonia, formerly included here, is usually considered a well-distinct genus nowadays. The shoots, tendrils, and leaves of some or possibly ...
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Trichosanthes

(Club Gourd, Serpent Gourd, Snake Gourd) This Gourd, as all other Gourds, belong to the Cucumber family, Cucurbitaceae. Unlike their edible relatives such as Melons, Squashes, Cucumbers and Pumpkins, Gourds are mainly grown for ornament. All are tendril-bearing vines that will sprawl if not supported. T. anguina, the Serpent, Snake, or Club Gourd, ...
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