Snake gourds bear the sweetest white filigree flowers.
See these flowers? They belong to a gourd. Their home is in the vegetable patch, but they’re worth more than that. There’s nothing workmanlike about their abundant, generously frilly edges, or even their pure white colouring.
Sow the seeds in a propagator in mid-April, and plant out in early June once the frosts have stopped in rich soil. Protect from slugs and snails (you can use this method). You can also train the plants up obelisks or over arches.