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Growing okra Prior to planting, soak the okra seeds in water for 12 to 18 hours to soften its hard seed coat. Soaking aids moisture absorption and germination.
Heirloom clemson spinless okra seeds...
The Clemson Spineless is a good producer, but youll needs 3 or 4 plants to have a steady supply for eating. Also here: instructions for creating a seed pod for next time.
Clemson Spineless Okra: so good fried or in gumbo!
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