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Buffalo Bill 91 Okra Seed (Not Treated)$24.65 – $2,054.00
Buffalo Bill 91 is a new, early, hybrid okra with a vigorous, open, somewhat short, plant. Pods are dark green and stay tender to a larger size than Clemson Spineless. The leaf petioles (leaf stems) are nearly spineless, so, like a spineless zucchini, Buffalo Bill 91 is more comfortable to harvest. Growers from the mid-Atlantic north and through the mid-west will be able to harvest weeks before Clemson Spineless. Well branched plants contribute to an overall excellent yield. Although okra isn’t known to be a transplant crop, it can work, and this would be very good for home garden plant sales.
Carmine Splendor Okra (Not Treated)$24.48 – $112.20
Carmine Splendor hybrid Okra makes beautiful, dark rose colored pods that are lightly ridged. It is early and has a beautiful dark red and green vigorous plant (so this would be a great plant sale item). The pods are attractive when packed with green okra. They turn light green when cooked.