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Aunt Hettie's Red Okra<br><b>Sold Out</b>
'Aunt Hettie's Red' okra.
Aunt Hettie's Red Okra
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Aunt Hettie's Red
Abelmoschus esculentus

65 days — The stalks and leaves of 'Aunt Hettie's Red' okra are a beautiful burgundy-red color with the pods being more of a glossy red. They have a wonderful taste. The plants typically reach a height of about five feet but under optimum conditions, they have been grown to a height of greater than ten feet.

'Aunt Hettie's' okra was introduced to the public in 2005 by David Pendergrass of Tennessee from whose family it originated. He told us the following about this heirloom red okra:
"It was passed on to me by a cousin who received it from my Great Aunt Hettie Jane Tidwell [b. 1918, d. 1998] in the early 1970s. How far it dates back in our family’s history is not clear, but it is known that Aunt Hettie grew it for many, many years."
Each packet contains two gram, which is approximately 30 seeds.
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