Heirloom Okra Seeds


Okra Beck's Big Buck 50 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds


“Beck’s Big Buck” okra makes very fat, ribbed pods that look truly amazing in the palm of your hand. When Malcolm and Delphine Beck bought their farm in 1968 in Comal County, Texas, they found in the abandoned garden giant okra stalks with the fattest pods they’d ever seen. They saved and replanted the seed, and it grew big fluted remarkably tender delicious green pods in abundance on sturdy plants. They called it the snapping okra because it snaps so easily off the plants when it is ready to harvest. Great when grown in the heat of the south but can be grown in the North as well.

Emerald Green Velvet Okra

Emerald Green Velvet Okra 100 Heirloom Seeds


A favorite of Southern gardeners! A Campbell Soup Co. variety from 1950. High quality and early 5 to 6 foot plants produce heavy yields of tasty 6 to 8 inch spineless, dark green, tapered round pods. Best to harvest when 3 to 4 inches long for best taste and tenderness. Thrives in HOT temperatures! Excellent variety for soups, stews, gumbos, fried, boiling, canning and freezing.

Harvest in 62 days.

Red Burgundy Okra

Red Burgundy Okra 100 Heirloom Seeds


Red Burgundy Okra is as attractive as it is delicious. Another fine okra developed at Clemson University, this variety took home All-America top accolades when it was introduced in the late 1980s. Pods grow up to an impressive 8 inches long. Use Red Burgundy okra in soups, stews, and gumbos.

Harvest in 60 days.

Texas Hill Country Red Okra

Texas Hill Country Red Okra 50 Heirloom Seeds


This okra grows 4 to 6 feet tall. Has 3 inch bronze red fruit that are full of true heirloom okra flavor. A true Texas cultivated okra with true Okra flavor.  Harvest in about 70 days.

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