Clemson Spineless Okra

 

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This improved variety is more productive and earlier than its 1939 All American Selection winning predecessor, Clemson Spineless. It is best known for its lack of spines, which can be irritating to the skin, and for its beautiful emerald pods. Pods are best harvested at 3-4” and can become tough at larger sizes. Plants can reach 3-4’ in height and have an open habit, making harvesting very easy.  55 Day to maturity.

Sow seeds outdoors when the soil has warmed. Tolerant of heat and drought, but not of cold. Keep well picked for higher yields.

EACH PACKET CONTAINS APPROX. 100 SEEDS


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Red Burgandy Okra

 

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In general the reds are not as productive as the greens, but Red Burgundy is the most productive of all the reds. Pods can become 6-8” long and remain tender. Plants have beautiful red stems and red veining through dark green leaves, making them ornamental as well.

Plant 2″ apartin soil, 1/2″ deep, thin 6-8″ Apart in full Sun.

Sow seeds outdoors when the soil has warmed. Tolerant of heat and drought, but not of cold. Keep well picked for higher yields.

EACH PACKET CONTAINS 100 SEEDS


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