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.