This page gives instructions on how to buy okra seeds from David's Garden Seeds.
Beck's Big Buck Ora is a German heirloom from Malcom Beck of San Antonio, Texas. Vigorous five foot plants produce an abundance of large, fat, tender, fluted pods. Sometimes called Snapping Okra because of the way it snaps easily off the plant when ready to harvest. Great for the southeast. Ready to eat in 69 days.
Beck's Big Buck 100 Organic Heirloom Seeds
Clemson Spineless Perfection grows light green pods have from 5 to 8 points. An attractive ornamental, good in containers. Organically grown seeds. With the proper variety and culture, this Southern specialty can also be productive in cooler climates. Fried okra is a delicious Southern staple in gumbo; also fine in stir-fry and soup. Ready to harvest in 62 days
Clemson Spineless Perfect 50 Organic Seeds
Emerald Okra is a popular heirloom variety of okra, originally introduced by the Campbell Soup Company. Emerald Okra is fast growing and heavy yielding. Pods will grow up to 8" but for the tenderest fruits, harvest at approximately 3-4 inches. Ready to harvest in about 55 days.
Emerald 100 Heirloom Seeds
Hill Country Red is Texas heirloom. Very colorful red and green 6 ft. plants. 6 in. long, thick, green pods with reddish tips and ribs and great flavor. Drought tolerant, produces exceptionally well when picked small, perfect for pickled okra. Ready to eat in 64 days.
Hill Country Red 50 Organic Heirloom Seeds
Jambalaya Okra is an early, high-yielding, dark green pods. Very uniform pods with 5 points. Large, robust flowers are also edible. Makes a great ornamental in containers. Edible Flowers: Deep fry flowers or eat them stuffed, or use fresh as a striking, exotic-looking garnish. Sweet and mild flavor. Ready to harvest in 53 days.
Jambalaya 50 Hybrid 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. Ready to harvest in 51 days.
Red Burgundy 50 Heirloom Seeds
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