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A Southern favorite and a must for gumbo (delicious fried too), heirloom okra loves warm sun and does best when planted directly in the garden. Shorter growing season? Start indoors four weeks before soil warms, don’t allow plants to become root-bound, and transplant carefully.

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  • Burgundy Okra


    Pods and stems of this tender and delicious variety are a beautiful deep-red.

  • Okra, Clemson Spineless 1

    Clemson Spineless

    A heavy producing variety with tasty pods that are easy to grow. Best picked small.

  • Okra, Emerald


    Deep-green and smooth, these tasty pods are of high quality and very early.

  • Okra, Hill Country Red

    Hill Country Red

    Beautiful 6-foot tall, red-stemmed plants yield light green, plump pods.

  • Okra, Jing Orange

    Jing Orange

    This attractive Asian variety yields 6-inch pods early, even in dry conditions.

  • Okra, Roberie 1


    Plants yield medium-sized pods that are productive over a long growing season.

  • Okra, Star of David (Baker Creek) 1

    Star of David (Baker Creek)

    A delicious Israeli variety with short, very thick pods — thicker than most!

  • Okra, Star of David

    Star of David (Organic)

    Sturdy, green pods are best picked when small — around 3-inches long.