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Okra is a beautiful plant that produces exquisite blossoms and long, slender delicious pods. Harvest pods when they are about two inches long; the larger pods become fibrous and woody. The varieties below produce extremely well in hot and dry weather though it is important to keep them well watered. Okra is definitely a warm weather vegetable that is susceptible to frost damage. Okra (hibiscus esculentus) is believed to have originated in Africa and it is closely related to the hibiscus plant .

Each packet contains at least 5 grams. This gives you about 75 seeds. Plant sparingly as Okra likes room to grow. You may plant these up to two seasons with excellent germination when stored in a cool dry location.

Burgundy Okra
A bush type variety, this okra produces distinctive deeo red pods. The plants are quite beautiful with red tinged leaves and stalks. The plants grow to about five feet in height. The pods turn green when cooked. This variety is an excellent producer that does well in long hot summers. 56 days.

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Clemson Spineless Okra
One of the more productive bush types. The pods are rich green, straight, ridged and not prickly. Pick the tender pods when they are between 2 and 3 inches for best flavor. The plants grow from 4 to 5 feet tall. This variety is one of the most popular since its introduction in 1939. 56 days.

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Perkins Long Green Pod Okra
These short sturdy plants grow to about 3-4  feet in height. This variety produces heavy yields of tasty green okra. The pods are stocky and spineless. The fully formed seeds can be cooked like peas. 52 days.

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