50 'Clemson Spineless' Okra seeds, Abelmoschus Esculentus, USDA Organic
(60 days.) American Heirloom that thrives on heat and humidity and is still a favorite in many southern dishes. Light green pods consist of 5–8 points. Clemson is the standard variety of okra grown in the deep South for centuries. Cream-colored flowers are also edible. Pods are excellent for use in soups, stews and relishes; fried, roasted or boiled.
An attractive ornamental, it does well in containers, and is a nutritious vegetable.
Soak seeds in warm water overnight to speed germination. Pick pods while young, and still tender.