gourdy

gourdy

(ˈɡəʊrdɪ)
adj, gourdier or gourdiest
(Zoology) (of horses) swollen-legged
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Shumway is ideal for high-altitude growing, but like most old-fashioned cucumber varieties, it gets "gourdy" with age so is best when picked very young.