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Emerald, Okra Seed
Prices start at : 60.00 USD / 5 Pounds

  • Additional Characteristics: Edible Flower
  • Growing Conditions: Container
  • Days To Maturity: 55
  • Botanical Name: Abelmoschus esculentus
  • Fruit Length: 3-4 inches
  • Germination: 7
Indiana
Westfield
Jambalaya, Okra Seed
Prices start at : 3.25 USD / Packet

  • ? Dimensions
  • ? Weight
  • Zones: 3
  • Additional Characteristics: Edible Flower
  • Size: Packet
  • Seeds Per Ounce: 606
Indiana
Westfield
Red Burgundy, Okra Seed
Prices start at : 60.00 USD / 5 Pounds

Burgundy Red okra produces beautiful deep-red pods and stems are tasty and productive. A tender and delicious pod.
  • Row Spacing: 24-36"
  • Additional Characteristics: Edible Flower
  • Packet: 50 seeds
  • Germination: 7
  • Growing Conditions: Container
  • Plant Spacing: 12-18"
Indiana
Westfield
Perkins Long Pod, Okra Seed
Prices start at : 60.00 USD / 5 Pounds

  • Packet: 50 seeds
  • categories: Okra
  • Plant Spacing: 12-18"
  • Botanical Name: Abelmoschus esculentus
  • Fruit Color: Green
  • Life Cycle: Annual
Indiana
Westfield
Red Burgundy Okra Seeds
Prices start at : 4.95 USD / 1-oz

Can be used as an ornamental plant because of its pods and foliage. Sow directly outside. 500 seeds/oz.; 8 lbs./acre; 7-14 days, 70°F. Red Burgundy okra features 4' tall plants that produce red ribs that turn green when cooked.
  • weight: .0625 lbs
Connecticut
East Hartford
Jambalaya Okra
Prices start at : 3.10 USD / 1 gram

Okra is a heat loving crop that needs stable temperatures above 65°F for best results. Days to maturity are calculated from transplant date. Incorporate 1/4 cup of TSC's Complete fertilizer around each plant.
  • Min. Germ.: 65%
  • Seed Life: 2 years
  • Days to Emergence: 7-15
  • Soil Temp for Germ.: 70-90°F
  • Row Spacing: 36"
  • Seeds per gram: ≈ 14-17
Oregon
Cottage Grove
Candle Fire Okra
Prices start at : 3.95 USD / 1 gram

Okra is a heat loving crop that needs stable temperatures above 65°F for best results. Days to maturity are calculated from transplant date. Incorporate 1/4 cup of TSC's Complete fertilizer around each plant.
  • Plant Spacing: 12-18"
  • Row Spacing: 36"
  • Seed Life: 2 years
  • Seeds per gram: ≈ 14-17
  • Hybrid Variety: Yes
  • Soil Temp. for Trans.: 65°F
Oregon
Cottage Grove
Clemson Spineless 80, Okra Seed
Prices start at : 55.00 USD / 5 Pounds

  • Weight: N/A
  • Seeds Per Ounce: 544
  • Fruit Length: 3-4 inches
  • Row Spacing: 24-36"
  • Additional Characteristics: All American Selection
  • Zones: 3
Indiana
Westfield
Jambalaya F1 Hybrid Okra Seeds
Prices start at : 9.95 USD / 1-2-oz

This variety offers high yields of very uniform dark green and shiny fruit that is 3-4” long. Sow directly outside. 500 seeds/oz.; 8 lbs./acre; 7-14 days, 70°F. (5' tall) Jambalaya F1 Hybrid okra is an extra early maturing variety with a very compact...
  • weight: .0625 lbs
Connecticut
East Hartford
Okra, Burgundy
Prices start at : 4.99 USD / 1 Pkt. (50 seeds)

For optimal texture and flavor, harvest often when the pods are young about 3" long, in about 49-60 days. Gorgeous 3-5' ornamental plants produce high numbers of tender 6-8" pods. When cooked, the leaves of this hibiscus relative turn a deep lovely shade...
  • Days To Maturity: 49-60 days
  • Sow Time: After Last Frost
  • Fruit Size: 3-6 inches
  • Sow Method: Direct Sow/Indoor Sow
  • Spread: 36-48 inches
  • Life Cycle: Annual
Pennsylvania
Warminster
Okra, Clemson Spineless Organic
Prices start at : 5.99 USD / 1 Pkt. (250 Seeds)

Best picked when 2.5 to 3" long. The vigorous, 4-ft. Pods are excellent for use in soups, stews and relishes. This 1939 All-America Selections winner is still the most popular variety on the market.
  • Height: 36-48 inches
  • Sun: Full Sun
  • Thin: 12 inches
  • Sow Method: Direct Sow/Indoor Sow
  • Fruit Size: 2-3 inches
  • Days To Maturity: 56 days
Pennsylvania
Warminster
Jambalaya - (F1) Okra Seed
Prices start at : 4.25 USD / Packet

Do not disturb roots. Sweet and mild flavor.Sow in 2" pots or plug trays, 3 seeds per pot/cell, 1/4" deep. Large, robust flowers are also edible. Thin to 12-18" apart.Harvest promptly by clipping pods at 3-4" long to keep plants productive.
  • Edible Flowers: Yes
  • Hybrid Status: Hybrid (F1)
  • Life Cycle: Annual
  • Latin Name: Abelmoschus esculentus
Maine
Winslow
Okra, Clemson Spineless
Prices start at : 4.99 USD / 1 Pkt. (250 seeds)

Best picked when 2.5 to 3" long. The vigorous, 4-ft. Pods are excellent for use in soups, stews and relishes. This 1939 All-America Selections winner is still the most popular variety on the market.
  • Sow Time: After Last Frost
  • Thin: 12 inches
  • Life Cycle: Annual
  • Sun: Full Sun
  • Sow Method: Direct Sow/Indoor Sow
  • Height: 36-48 inches
Pennsylvania
Warminster
Okra, Red Velvet Organic
Prices start at : 4.99 USD / 1 Pkt. (50 Seeds)

Pods are excellent for use in soups, stews and relishes. Pick pods young, while still tender. GARDEN HINTS: Soak seed in warm water overnight to speed germination. Certified Organic Seed.

36-48 inches

    • Height: 36-48 inches
    • Planting Time: Spring, Summer
    • Days To Maturity: 55-60 days
    • Sun: Full Sun
    • Life Cycle: Annual
    • Spread: 36-48 inches
    Pennsylvania
    Warminster
    Okra, Baby Bubba Hybrid
    Prices start at : 5.99 USD / 1 Pkt. (60 seeds)

    But it's a bubba too, pumping out hefty, full-sized pods, twice as many as the old standards. Grows best in full sun. Burpee Exclusive. The plant is baby-sized, only half as tall as other okras and perfect for a large container.
    • Sow Time: After Last Frost
    • Planting Time: Spring, Summer
    • Height: 36-48 inches
    • Sow Method: Direct Sow/Indoor Sow
    • Life Cycle: Annual
    • Fruit Size: 2-3 inches
    Pennsylvania
    Warminster
    Carmine Splendor - (F1) Okra Seed
    Prices start at : 4.25 USD / Packet

    Attractive pink-tinted edible flower.• Edible Flowers: Deep-fry flowers or eat them stuffed, or use fresh as a striking, exotic-looking garnish. Start 4-5 weeks ahead of transplanting out after frost danger when soil is warm.
    • Grows Well in Containers: Yes
    • Days To Maturity: 51 Days
    • Hybrid Status: Hybrid (F1)
    Maine
    Winslow
    My Okra Flowers Are Falling Off: Reasons For Okra Blossom Drop
    The best thing to do in these situations to wait out the weather – a return to steady sun and temperature should bring the plant back to normal. The only thing you've missed is seeing the showyfreestar.queue.push(function() { googletag.display("div-gpt-ad-300x250-ATF-1");...
    Ohio
    Willoughby
    Why Won\'t My Okra Bloom – What To Do For Okra With No Flowers
    The plants can then produce pods for 10 to 12 weeks. For the plant, the goal of flower and fruit production is to provide seeds for reproduction. Okra with no flowers may just require patience.freestar.queue.push(function() { googletag.display("div-gpt-ad-300x250-ATF-1");...
    Ohio
    Willoughby
    Collecting Okra Seeds – How To Save Okra Seeds For Planting Later
    The seeds will come out easily, so keep a bowl nearby. Otherwise, your seeds might be hybrids. An okra plant flowers a few months after planting, and then it produces seed pods.freestar.queue.push(function() { googletag.display("div-gpt-ad-300x250-ATF-1");...
    Ohio
    Willoughby
    Okra Companion Plants – Learn About Companion Planting With Okra
    Keep reading to find out what to plant near okra.strives to boost harvests by situating plants that have symbiotic relationships. Peppers repel, peppers, beans and other vegetables are a great food source for.
    Ohio
    Willoughby
    Okra Seedling Diseases: Managing Diseases Of Okra Seedlings
    Plants infected with this condition should be destroyed.is a disease that takes reign in hot, humid weather and is caused by a soil-borne fungus,. Leaves, starting from the bottom up and more predominately on one side, will turn yellow and lose their...
    Ohio
    Willoughby
    Nematode Okra Problems – Treating Okra With Root Knot Nematodes
    , a favorite vegetable in the southeastern part of the U.S., has a multitude of culinary uses and can be steamed, fried, roasted, sauteed, etc. Infected roots swell at the infected site and form galls.
    Ohio
    Willoughby
    Information On How To Harvest Okra
    Harvest okra every other day to keep them producing as long as possible. If you leave them too long, the pods get hard and woody. Just remember that harvesting okra needs to be done often.freestar.queue.push(function() { googletag.display("div-gpt-ad-300x250-ATF-1");...
    Ohio
    Willoughby
    Roberie
    Prices start at : 1.55 USD

    Wear gloves and long sleeves for protection from spines. Productive plants yield plump, pale green pods that remain tender, even when large. Planting and Harvesting Tips: Start indoors 3-4 weeks before the last frost of spring.
    • brand: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
    Montana
    Bozeman
    Hill Country Red
    Prices start at : 2 USD

    Wear gloves and long sleeves for protection from spines. Prolific plants grow 4- to 6-ft tall and yield plump, pale green and burgundy colored pods. Planting and Harvesting Tips: Start indoors 3-4 weeks before the last frost of spring.
    • brand: Seed Savers Exchange
    Montana
    Bozeman
    Red Burgundy Okra: Growing Red Okra Plants In The Garden
    Germination should take place in 2-12 days.freestar.queue.push(function() { googletag.display("div-gpt-ad-300x250-ATF-1"); });Space seeds 2 inches apart in rich soil, and about ½ inch deep.
    Ohio
    Willoughby
    Emerald
    Prices start at : 1.55 USD

    Wear gloves and long sleeves for protection from spines. Smooth, slender pods are of top quality and remain tender up to 7-inches long! Dark green plants, with attractive pale-yellow flowers, grow tall and produce early.
    • brand: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
    Montana
    Bozeman
    Clemson Spineless
    Prices start at : 1.25 USD

    Transplant outside after the soil has warmed to 65˚ to 75˚F. (60 days) Each packet contains approximately 30-75 seeds. Sow one inch deep and space 12-18 inches apart in rows 3-4 feet apart.
    • brand: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
    Montana
    Bozeman
    Ornamental Okra Plants: Tips On Growing Okra In Containers And Garden Beds
    Most varieties become top heavy as they grow.If you don't have space for standard-size plants that may reach heights of 3 to 5 feet, dwarf varieties such as ‘Baby Bubba' or ‘Little Lucy' are small enough to grow in pots.To grow okra in containers,...
    Ohio
    Willoughby