Okra is not the most popular vegetable in the garden but it’s growing in popularity. Grows fast and tall up to 7′ high. Okra is best picked young and tender at 3-4″ long. Popular for canning, pickling and slicing up for gumbo or stews.

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How to Grow Okra

$2.50

Clemson Spineless 80 Okra is the most popular okra found in home gardens and markets and an All American Selections winner for a reason!

Clemson Spineless 80
Organic Okra Seed
$3.00

Clemson Spineless 80 Okra is the most popular okra found in home gardens and markets and an All American Selections winner for a reason!

Cow Horn
Okra Seed
$3.00

The Cow Horn Okra is an old heirloom dates all the way back to the early 1900's and is best harvest at 6," but it can remain crunchy up to 10" long.

Emerald
Okra Seed
$2.50

The Emerald Okra is an early maturing old heirloom variety from the 1950's that was first developed by the Campbell's Soup Company.

Jambalaya
Okra Seed
$3.25

Just like its name, the extra-early maturing Jambalaya Okra is the perfect dark green, tender and small okra for making jambalaya!

$2.50

The Perkins Long Pod Okra is an old Southern heirloom that grows long and tall, up to 5' and produces bright green pods that are up to 8" long.

Rainbow Fiesta
Okra Seeds
$3.00

The festive, beautifully colored Rainbow Fiesta Okra blend consists of red, orange, white, and green okra varieties making it such a fun okra to grow!

Red Burgundy
Okra Seed
$2.50

The productive Red Burgundy Okra adds a nice crunch, delicious flavor and beautiful color to any soup or stew, especially gumbo!

Star of David
Okra Seed
$3.00

The Star of David Okra is an Israeli variety with grooves, making it resemble a "star" and is best picked when small and will keep well.