What are the pros? Great producer
What are the cons? A little slow to germinate
I love this okra! I'm going to grow more of it next season. Much better flavor than the clemson spineless. It grew great in our sandy loam soil and withstood the high tempatures of our Texas summer. I highly recommend it. My Mema prefers this variety to make pickled okra. You can also slice it, put it on a cookie sheet with some sliced tomatoes, drizzle some coconut oil, garlic and onion powder on it and bake it at 350 until it starts to carmalize. It's amazing!
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