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Burgundy Okra
Burgundy Okra
Burgundy Okra
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Abelmoschus esculentus

60 days — The plants are attractive and under optimum conditions, reach four to five feet in height. Produces good yields of burgundy colored pods, that are tender to about six inches, on plants with burgundy stems and leaf ribs.

Released by Clemson University in 1983, 'Burgundy' was an "All-America Selection®" winner in 1988. Each packet contains two grams, which is about 30 seeds.
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This okra we grew three years ago. It is a very sweet variety of okra. It adds great color and flavor to our gumbos and pickle medleys. We had 100% germination. Thirty seeds yielded thirty plants that reached to over four feet, with an abundance of pods. The seeds preserved very well for the next season. This was a great choice!
Reviewed by: Aaron B. from Kentucky. on 12/7/2015
I am not a big okra fan just because of the slimy film.This burgundy okra is great, little or no slime and the taste is awesome. Made several different dishes and everyone that ate them said the okra was amazing and commented on the lack of the slimy taste.It produced well up into the summer with very little watering and stood up to the drought well.
Reviewed by: Don A. from Elgin,Tx. on 2/28/2013
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