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89.5% would recommend this item to a friend.
0 out of 0 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? great flavor beautifulprolific
What are the cons? none
Highly productive beautiful sweet okra with the proper heat best I've ever tasted or grown but squirrels love them too. ...only one besides Cherokee long pod that aphids could not kill very strong and disease free perfect looking plants.I don't use chemicals or pesticides so it's a true winner and will always have a place on our farm.
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4 out of 4 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Produced and taste great!
What are the cons? Not many seeds for $
These are fun to grow and delicious! They tasted great in all the traditional South Louisiana dishes in place of the traditional green okra.
I had a hard time getting the seeds to come up at first, but once they did, they took off! It was a great producer. I had a hard time getting to them, they produced so quickly. I caught my dogs picking and eating a few too!
I plan to grow these again this year!
What are the pros? Great taste
What are the cons? Takes a while before producing
I've tried several varieties of okra and this is my favorite. It has a fuller taste than any of the green varieties. This will get planted every year.
What are the pros? Bright color, tender
What are the cons? Not 100% seed germination
I love this okra! There were 16 seeds in my packet, of those only 11 sprouted and became plants. Next year (2015) I'll be buying 2-3 packages! I love in Northwest Arkansas.
6 out of 6 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Very Prolific
What are the cons? None
I have had multiple problems growing anything the last few years due to drought and grasshoppers like a plague. I planted a couple of these plants and they produced quickly and a lot. The grasshoppers so far have not bothered them even though they are eating other plants around these. (Maybe because they are purple and grasshoppers go for green plants first?) The flavor is really good and we just planted the rest of the seeds to try for a fall crop. If these continue to do well, I can see it becoming a permanent fixture in my garden. I do see ants on the plant some but they don't seem to be bothering the fruit or the plant too much so far.