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Heirloom Nombo Giant Philippine Okra ,Bhindi , Gumbo , Extra-long Lady's Finger

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  • Philippine Lady Finger Okra Heirloom , nice and extra-long lady's fingers Tall plants can grow 10 feet tall and produce extra-long, smooth, round pods that can be cooked at larger sizes than most okra. Qty: 10 Seeds
  • This heirloom giant okra can reach 7 to 10 ft tall and produce pods up to 15" long!!10 inches Fruit And 10 feet
  • Lady Finger is a Asian type okra. Pods are long, 15 cm, spineless and round in cross sectional shape. Plants are vigorous growing, approximate 80 cm high. Pods are tender and soft even if over matured. Dark green pods
  • Okra thrives in the heat. From the same family as the hollyhock, it produces hibiscus-like flowers and grows 3 to 6 feet tall. In the United States, okra is best known for its starring role in the gumbo of the Deep South or as a fried vegetable. In Asia, okra is often pickled or used in stir-fries.
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Propagation Methods: From seed; sow indoors before last frost From seed; direct sow after last frost Start okra from seed - it does not transplant well so in pot that is biodegradable . The seed should be planted directly in the ground outside about 2 weeks after all danger of frost has passed. Here in Pennsylvania it means that I plant outside sometime between May 20 and 30. The basic rule is to keep plants separated from each other by about 15 inches. I plant in beds that are four feet wide by about twenty feet long. I make three rows, and plant seeds about 18 inches apart within each row. Okra seeds are relatively large and easy to handle. They also germinate well if the soil is warm enough. I plant the seeds about half an inch deep, about three seeds at each spot. In most cases all three germinate, and when the plants are about six inches tall I thin them to only one plant every 18 inches.


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