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Okra

Okra
Not well known but definitely worth growing. All heirloom varieties. Click on each image to see the full growing guide.
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Clemson Spineless Okra - Hibiscus esculentus - 20 Seeds

Clemson Spineless Okra - Hibiscus esculentus - 20 Seeds

R19.00

An heirloom with excellent flavour. Fry, roast or boil them. An oft overlooked delight. Okra thrives in the heat. Pick okra whilst still young for best flavour. If you have never eaten okra you should at least try it, you may be pleasantly surprised. Rich in vitamin A and low in calories.

Cowhorn okra - Hibiscus esculentus - 10 Seeds

Cowhorn okra - Hibiscus esculentus - 10 Seeds

R16.00

An old heirloom dating back to the 1900's. Named after the bend in the fruit which gives the okra the look of a cow horn. Fry, roast or boil them. An oft overlooked delight. Okra thrives in the heat. Pick okra whilst still young for best flavour. If you have never eaten okra you should at least try it, you may be pleasantly surprised. Rich in vitamin A and low in calories.

Emerald Okra - Hibiscus esculentus - 20 Seeds

Emerald Okra - Hibiscus esculentus - 20 Seeds

R19.00

An early maturing heirloom variety. The pods remain tender and spineless even when larger but it is still best to pick whilst young for the best flavour. Fry, roast or boil them. An oft overlooked delight. Okra thrives in the heat. Pick okra whilst still young for best flavour. If you have never eaten okra you should at least try it, you may be pleasantly surprised. Rich in vitamin A and low in calories.

Jing Orange Okra - Hibiscus esculentus - 10 Seeds

Jing Orange Okra - Hibiscus esculentus - 10 Seeds

R22.00

An Asian heirloom variety with a deep orange colour. About 60 days to maturity under good care. A strong grower and heavy producer. Fry, roast or boil them. An oft overlooked delight. Okra thrives in the heat. Pick okra whilst still young for best flavour. If you have never eaten okra you should at least try it, you may be pleasantly surprised. Rich in vitamin A and low in calories.

Red Burgandy Okra - Hibiscus esculentus - 10 Seeds

Red Burgandy Okra - Hibiscus esculentus - 10 Seeds

R19.00

A very productive okra with deep red pods. 55-60 days to maturity under good care. Fry, roast or boil them. An oft overlooked delight. Okra thrives in the heat. Pick okra whilst still young for best flavour. If you have never eaten okra you should at least try it, you may be pleasantly surprised. Rich in vitamin A and low in calories.

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