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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Okra)

It's hard to believe that okra is in the same family as hollyhocks and hibiscus. This tropical annual vegetable originates from Africa and has large edible pods that are a American Southern favorite eaten fried, stewed with tomatoes or used to thicken gumbo.

Mature plants become quite tall and have a sturdy upright habit. They have big, spiny, palmate, dark green leaves and produce pretty creamy yellow hollyhock-like flowers with burgundy centers. When these heat-loving plants are mature and...

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Felder Rushing

(Burgundy Okra, Okra)

Deepest burgundy pods and stems set this ornamental and delicious okra apart from the others. 'Burgundy' is a pleasing heirloom that's very easy to grow and looks dramatic in any garden setting.

It's hard to believe that okra is in the same family as hollyhocks and hibiscus. This tropical annual vegetable originates from Africa and has large edible pods that are a American Southern favorite eaten fried, stewed with tomatoes or used to thicken gumbo.

Mature plants become quite tall and have...

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All-America Selections

(Okra)

A 1997 All-America Selections award winner, 'Cajun Delight' produces lots of large, tasty okra fruits much faster than other okra varieties. This tropical annual vegetable originates from Africa and has large edible pods that are a American Southern favorite eaten fried, stewed with tomatoes or used to thicken gumbo. This variety's pods remain quite tender even when at full mature size on the plant.

Mature plants become quite tall and have a sturdy upright habit. They have big, spiny, palmate,...

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Mark A. Miller

(Clemson Spineless Okra, Okra)

The high yielding 'Clemson Spineless’ okra has spineless leaves and produces lots of green okra pods in summer. This tropical annual vegetable originates from Africa and has large edible pods that are an American Southern favorite eaten fried, stewed with tomatoes or used to thicken gumbo.

Mature plants become quite tall and have a sturdy upright habit. They have big, coarse, palmate, dark green leaves and produce pretty creamy yellow hollyhock-like flowers with burgundy centers. When these...

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Holly Chichester

(Emerald Okra, Okra)

The high yielding ‘Emerald’ okra produces lots of tender rich green pods in summer. This tropical annual vegetable originates from Africa and has large edible pods that are an American Southern favorite eaten fried, stewed with tomatoes or used to thicken gumbo.

Mature plants become quite tall and have a sturdy upright habit. They have big, coarse, palmate, dark green leaves and produce pretty creamy yellow hollyhock-like flowers with burgundy centers. When these heat-loving plants are mature...

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Jessie Keith

(Okra)

Bright red stems and scarlet okra pods distinguish the vigorous okra, 'Red Velvet.' This tall, ornamental selection has tasty fruits that are best harvested young and tender.

It's hard to believe that okra is in the same family as hollyhocks and hibiscus. This tropical annual vegetable originates from Africa and has large edible pods that are a American Southern favorite eaten fried, stewed with tomatoes or used to thicken gumbo.

Mature plants become quite tall and have a sturdy upright habit....

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Mark Kane

(Okra, Silver Queen Okra)

The pale creamy yellow-green okra pods of ‘Silver Queen’ remain tender and flavorful even when big. This heirloom is also said to have exceptional flavor, and the interesting color of the fruits really set this American Southern selection apart.

It's hard to believe that okra is in the same family as hollyhocks and hibiscus. The tropical annual vegetable originates from Africa and has large edible pods that are a Southern favorite eaten fried, stewed with tomatoes or used to thicken gumbo.

Mature...

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Felder Rushing

(Garden Onion)

Fresh grown onions just taste better. These popular vegetables come in many shapes and colors and are quite easy to grow if you have good, friable soil and lots of sun.

The onion is a perennial that’s grown as an annual root vegetable. Unknown in the wild, Allium cepa may descend from several species found across Central Asian to include Allium oschaninii, Allium praemixtum, Allium vavilovii, Allium pskemense,...

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James H. Schutte

(Garden Onion)

Fresh grown onions just taste better. These popular vegetables come in many shapes and colors and are quite easy to grow if you have good, friable soil and lots of sun.

The onion is a perennial that’s grown as an annual root vegetable. Unknown in the wild, Allium cepa may descend from several species found across Central Asian to include Allium oschaninii, Allium praemixtum, Allium vavilovii, Allium pskemense,...

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Nancy Engel

(Garden Onion, Red Onion)

Red onions are colorful and tasty in salads and sandwiches. The cultivar ‘Burgundy’ is an especially good selection for mild sweet flavor and bright color. It is a short-day variety that's best planted in fall or early winter and harvested in spring (95 days). The onions it produces are moderately good keepers.

The garden onion is a biennial or perennial widely grown as an annual vegetable. This variety produces a dense upright cluster of hollow pale green leaves that rise from a burgundy purple...