A Southern favorite and a must for gumbo (delicious fried, too), 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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Pods and stems of this tender and delicious okra variety are a beautiful, deep-red. (30-75 days) Planting Instructions: Soaking seeds for 24 ...
Okra, Clemson Spineless$1.50
Best picked small, this spineless okra plant has tasty green pods. (60 days) Planting Instructions: Soaking seeds for 24 hours before planting ...
A Campbell Soup Company variety from the 1950s. Early, round-smooth, deep-green tasty Okra pods; high quality and early, tall plants. ...
Okra, Hill Country Red$2.75
South Texas heirloom. Beautiful 6' tall red-stemmed plants produce wide green pods tinged with red. Full of the good okra ...
Okra, Jing Orange$2.50
Lovely pods are a deep reddish orange and are quite colorful. This Asian okra variety produces lots of flavorful 6-inch ...
Grown for over 100 years by the Roberie family in St Landry Parish, Louisiana. Roberie Okra produces medium-sized green pods ...
Okra, Star of David$2.75
Israeli heirloom. Thick pods are best picked at about 3" long. Named because cross-sections of okra pods look like the ...
Okra, Star of David (Baker Creek)$2.50
A delicious Israeli okra with short, very thick pods. The pods are twice as big around as most varieties. (70 ...