Burmese Heirloom Certified- Okra Seed
58 days. 30 seeds. The Burmese Okra as the name suggests finds its origins in Burma, known now as Myanmar in South Asia. The pods of this variety are green when tender and turn a creamy yellow green at maturity. It is famous for its use in pickles and has become a restaurant favorite. The tender pods can be used raw and are sweet giving it high appeal. They are known to yield early and produce till the onset of cold weather.
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For planting instructions and growing tips, click How To Grow Okras.
If you are interested in looking at other varieties of certified-organic okra seed, see Certified-Organic and Heirloom Okra Seeds.