Okra Seeds

  • $3.45–$4.95
    A beautiful variety with rich red pods on a reddish-colored, very bushy plant. A most unusual okra color. Pods will...
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  • $5.35
    60 Days 2017 AAS Winner! A unique red okra with pods that are round, not ribbed, and a brighter red than...
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  • $3.55–$5.95
    Can be harvested continuously for weeks. Prolific producer of dark green, slightly grooved, pointed pods that are...
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  • $3.45
    55-60 Days A robust variety, no longer commercially available, which produces prolific amounts of 10 inch, curved...
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  • $4.15
    An extra early maturing variety with a very compact plant habit and small leaves. Offers high yields of very uniform...
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  • $3.75–$4.95
    Large plants provide outstanding yields. Strong growing, 5-foot plants are covered with 5 to 6 inch pods. Pods are...
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  • $2.25
    A dwarf okra with colorful pink pods. Compact plants have attractive dark red foliage and stems with creamy yellow...
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  • $3.65
    Quite ornamental, okra lovers will enjoy this colorful blend of red/green bicolor, red, orange, white and green...
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  • $2.25
    Dwarf okra with colorful red pods. Compact plants have attractive foliage with dark red and stem with creamy yellow...
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Okra is a unique warm season crop that is related to both Hibiscus and Cotton. In late spring to early summer, sow okra seeds in warm, well-drained organically rich soil. Plant seeds 1/2" deep, 12 inches apart, with 3 to 4 ft. between rows. Note that short day lengths (less than 11 hrs.) can keep okra plants in a vegetative growth state, preventing fruiting until much later in the season. Likewise, soil too high in nitrogen can prevent fruiting. Since okra seeds have a thick seed coat, prior to planting soaking the seeds for 8 hrs. starting with warm water, is recommended. Most varieties mature in 50-60-days.