A beloved essential of Southern and African cooking, okra adds body and flavor to gumbos, soups and relishes — and holds up well to grilling, frying and sautéing. Plants love heat and full sun.
- Okra, Clemson SpinelessHEIRLOOM. Hands down the most popular okra.$4.95 - $5.95As low as $4.95
Seeds & Seeds
- Okra, Baby Bubba HybridThis dwarf variety is only half as tall as other okras and perfect for large containers.$6.95As low as $6.95
- Okra, Go BigTowering plants produce a payload of big, luscious green pods—ready to rock gumbos and stews with soul power.$4.95As low as $4.95
- Okra, BurgundyHEIRLOOM. Gorgeous, delicious and prolific.$5.95
- Okra, Red Velvet OrganicUnique scarlet-red pods.$4.95
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Popular Okra Plants
Okra plants are popular for their known edible green seed pods. Okra plants grow with high stalks that have edible green leaves, green pods, and flowers. Okra is popular to use in salads, can be pickled, cooked, or eaten raw.