Okra has been cultivated for its edible young pods for thousands of years in Africa and was popular in the southern United States by the early 1800s. Prized for its high productivity and ease of harvest – the upright young pods are held on tall, sturdy plants that thrive in the heat of summer. This type produces pretty green pods with red highlights. Most/full sun. 4-6 feet. 25+ seeds/pack
Abelmoschus esculentus Clemson Spineless was introduced as a variety in 1939 and has been popular since then for its production of excellent okra best when harvested at 3 inches long. Plants are strong and impressive. 4-6 feet, most-full sun. 25+ seeds/pack.