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Clemson Spineless Okra (64 Days)

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Plants are about 3’ tall. They carry numerous spineless pods that are tender and tasty if picked young. This variety won an All-America Selections award back in 1939 and is still thought of as the standard variety.

50 seeds

Clemson Spineless Okra (64 Days)

PLANTING

Abelmoschus esculentus

Germination: 7-10 days

Germination Temperature: Optimum soil temperatures 75-85ºF. 

Seed Sowing Depth: 1/2" deep

Starting Indoors:  Start 4-5 weeks before planting outside. Sow 2-3 seeds per cell/pot, thinning to one per cell/pot. Sowing into individual biodegradable peat/cow pots reduces root damage when transplanting. Provide 75-85ºF soil temperatures. Transplant out after the last frost, 12-18” apart. 

Sowing Outdoors: After the last frost when the soil temperature is over 70ºF. Sow 3-6” apart, thin to 12-18”. 

How much does a packet plant: 20-25 foot single row  

Harvest: Clip pods off at 2-4” to keep the plant flowering for more production.

Tips: Plant in fertile soil, amend with compost before planting if needed. Provide adequate, even moisture for the best growth. Mulching helps retain moisture.

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06/02/2019
Emily
I recommend this product
They're Growing

I soaked these seeds overnight and planted them. I think they all germinated and I am looking forward to having lots of yummy okra to eat and freeze.

J
03/06/2019
Jim
I recommend this product
Prolific and huge

A couple of seedlings died off early, thank God. The rest of the crop was nonstop. Grew very tall and produced fruit continuously until the first frost. We tried to get to the pods when they were just a 1"-4" long, but even many of the bigger ones were tender enough to eat. We had to keep digging up new recipes to keep up with the supply.

BC
02/24/2019
Bette C.
I recommend this product
Clemson Spinelss Okra

This has always been a staple in any Southern garden and since my honey comes from Georgia we always grow it and it never fails to produce and we live in Zone 7 just have to wait for ground to warm up.

MJ
05/04/2018
Milam J.
United States
Thoughts on okra seed.

Too cold to plant it yet. If you are serious about your interest in my experience with this [your] product, give me the opportunity to use it [to actually put okra on the table]. After that I will have an opinion, otherwise I could only give you a line of bull 2 miles wide and 8 inches deep! Do you actually want a real true opinion?