Mystery gourd Identification....


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Does anyone know what this might be? It is growing in my garden, but I did not plant it!

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Looks like either an immature Santa Clause Gourd or an immature Waltham Butternut Squash
 
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My Waltham Butternuts never looked that pukish-green so it probably isn't that. Could be a cross bred butternut or other thing?
 
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My Waltham Butternuts never looked that pukish-green so it probably isn't that. Could be a cross bred butternut or other thing?
It could be one of a bunch of things. The only way know for sure is to let it ripen and even then it is a possible maybe. I really don't know why I even respond to those types of posts.
 
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It could be one of a bunch of things. The only way know for sure is to let it ripen and even then it is a possible maybe. I really don't know why I even respond to those types of posts.

Why not I enjoy seeing your posts?
 
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