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Dwarf Green Long Pod Okra
Dwarf Green Long Pod Okra
Dwarf Green Long Pod Okra
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Dwarf Green Long Pod
52 days — The pods are fleshy, ribbed and dark green developing to seven to eight inches long and one inch wide.

Plants grow twenty four to thirty inches high. Pods can be used boiled, fried, used in soups or frozen for later use.  Does well in shorter season, northern gardens as well.  Each packet contains two grams, which is about 30 seeds.
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One tough plant
In our defense, a lot happened last year and most of it at the wrong time. Some things got lost in the shuffle, like a few six packs of 'Dwarf Green Long Pod' okra with little baby plants in them.

Every time I'd see them, I'd think, "Boy, I really need to get those in," but it just kept not happening. I eventually tossed the whole thing in a bucket headed for the compost and left them, until . . . I saw the dang things blooming in their six pack. I mean, really?

I couldn't stand it, so I shoved them into the nearest pots and planters. And they gave me fruit, not a lot, mind you, but enough to convince me they deserve a chance actually IN the garden. I am also going to try them properly in some pots, because this plant could mean okra for people who container garden. I think there's a good chance they might grow in concrete. I am buying more and will do right by them this year!
Reviewed by: NA Olson from Northern Ohio. on 1/12/2016
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