These seeds produce a variety of okra that is larger than traditional okra, with thicker, bumpier skin. Okra is a common and hardy vegetable, known for its mellow, yet flavourful, taste.
Soak seeds for 24 hrs prior to planting. Sow 1-2″ deep, 36″ apart in well drained rows about 48″ apart after the danger of frost has dissipated in mid to late Spring. Trellis or support needed. Can be started indoors and transplanted after hardening. Full sun. Water regularly. Compost recommended.