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Bitter Gourd Seeds. 80 Days. Momordica charanita. Non-GMO, Heirloom, Open Pollinated. Annual. AKA: Bitter Melon, Balsam Pear, Foo Gwa. Warty, green, tapered fruits that grow 8 to 10 inches long and about 3 inches in diameter on cucumber-like vines.
When fruits are very young they can be used like cucumber, but have mild bitter taste most commonly used as a seasoning. When ripe they turn orange and can split open to reveal bright red seeds. Can be direct sown after the final frost in the spring, with a planting depth of about .75 inch, but are difficult to germinate. Better to pre-soak, and start indoors and transplant. Do best in warm or hot weather.
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