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Luffa Photos and Video

Welcome to the Luffa.info photo page. Here are photos and video of luffa sponge gourds, also known as loofahs, loofah sponge, loofa, loofah, loufa, sponge gourd, or whatever else someone wants to call them. Scientific name for this plant is Luffa aegyptiaca. These luffa vines were grown on a home garden trellis, on chain link fence, and on a wooden deck with lattice. Here in Tennessee we start our luffa seeds about a month before the last frost date in pots. They are kept warm and get as much sun as possible. The plants are transplanted outside to sunny locations after danger of frost. The loofah sponges are picked and peeled in the fall. Don't miss seeing the close up bee and flower photos on the flowers page.

Luffa Seedling Starting Luffa Plants Luffa Plant One Month Old Luffa Plant Luffa Ready to Transplant Wall Painted with Luffa Sponge Luffa Vine on Light Pole Luffa aegyptiaca seeds Luffa Photo Yellow Flowers Solitary Female and Cluster of Male Buds Female Luffa Flower Two Luffa aegyptiaca Varieties Some more nice ones The variety I grow now Peelable Loofahs Luffa vines getting established Edible Luffa Photo Luffa leaves resemble Pumpkins and Zucchini Small Luffa Flower Luffa Flower Baby Luffa Fruit Growing Luffa Fruit Luffa leaves resemble Pumpkins and Zucchini Small Luffa Flower Luffa Flower Baby Luffa Fruit Growing Luffa Fruit Pile of Organic Loofah White seeds and coarse fiber indicate non-maturity Luffa vines on pebbles Luffa Vines Unusual Shapes Natural Color Variations Loofah Soap Bumblebees love Luffa

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