An All American Selections winner for a reason. A high yielding plant that produces dark green, grooved pods that stay spineless and non-woody.
This old heirloom dates all the way back to the early 1900's when first discovered. The twisted shape of the okra somewhat resembles the horns of a cow.
An early maturing okra variety! Emerald okra is an old heirloom variety from the 1950's that was first developed by the Campbell's Soap Company.
Jambalaya okra is an extra-early maturing variety that boasts a very compact plant with small leaves. It offers high yields of very uniform, shiny, dark green pods.