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RED BURGUNDY OKRA (55 days)

Germ 7-10 days
Everything on this one is red, the stems, the pods, the flowers and even to some extent the leaves. Truly ornamental but it also bears an abundance of tasty pods. 50 seeds

PLANTING:

Indoors- Plant in individual biodegradable peat/cowpots 1/2” deep, 4-5 weeks before last frost with soil temperature 70- 80 degrees. Transplant out 12-18” apart last frost.

Outdoors- 1/2 “ deep, 12-18”apartafter last frost when soil is 70 degrees.

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

Tips- Plant in fertile soil amended with compost or well rotted manure and keep well watered. You can soak the seeds in warm water for a few hours to hasten germination.

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MS
03/08/2019
Michael S.
United States
I recommend this product

Red Okra

Very pretty plant that you can eat. A very Yummy Super Food... Seed growth is easy, but it always seems to stall out for a month after it gets it's first 6 leaves. Then it starts to grow again, and you get a pod almost every day from each plant..

ED
05/20/2018
Emerson D.
United States

Good so far!

Came up faster than the Clemson Spineless.

CR
01/21/2018
C. R.

Rabbits ate all but two

A tornado felled a giant tree on my garden last spring, and by the time we got it cleared out it was too late to plant much. I planted a short row of Okra before the tornado, and was thrilled to see every seed sprouted. Then the tree fell. By the time we got the branches off the Okra, they were still growing, but the tornado destroyed the garden fence and the rabbits ate all but two plants. They ate all the lower leaves off the two tallest plants, so they didn't have the energy to produce much. I got two pods big enough to eat before frost. Unfortunately one plant was green; not red. The red one was beautiful. It didn't occur to me to put it into a salad, so we never ate it. I will plant again next spring.

M
01/06/2018
Modibo

Great okra and very attractive

I originally planted Red Burgundy for the color - I use my front yard for lots of vegetables and wanted a plant with great pods and a little flair. I wasn't disappointed by the pods on that front, but the flowers are also beautiful. The pods are very tender, even when I haven't been able to pick them and they get larger than I would like. I haven't had any reason to try another variety.

J
10/15/2017
Julie

Try it raw in salads!

Slice this on the diagonal 1/4' thick and add to salads for beautiful color and texture. If you are an okra lover, this is a great one to try. Tastes so good fresh from your garden to your salad plate! Plus looks so exotic in your garden.