Luffa the sponge plant: this heirloom garden seed has been around unchanged for over 100 years in the late 1800s; it was called the dish rag plant.
The Luffa will take over 100 days and need space to grow. But it will reward you with dozens of Luffa sponges and something to do for fall crafts. This is sort of a rare plant these days. For our farmers market friends, having the Luffa will give your end-of-season, pre-pumpkin sales a boost. Order you a pack of fun today! Happy growing!!!
The Luffa Gourd Sponge Plant is the yin, to your yang. You've found what you're looking for.