Here is the Red Burgundy Okra, Abelmoschus esculentus. This variety was Introduced in 1983 and created by Leon Robbins at Clemson University after eight years of careful selection. It was a AAS winner in 1988 and now one of the most popular okra's available. This stunning variety gets to 4 feet tall with burgundy accents with tender burgundy pods that get up to 6 inches long. This verity does well in the upper north east in higher elevations. Tolerates cold better then most varieties. Very good producer and easy to grow! We found it really good in stir fry dishes. Open pollinated 55-60 days from transplant.
Here is the Red Burgundy Okra, Abelmoschus esculentus. This variety was Introduced in 1983 and created by Leon Robbins at Clemson University after eight years of careful selection. It was a AAS winner in 1988 and now one of the most popular okra's available. This stunning variety gets to 4 feet tall with burgundy accents with tender burgundy pods that get up to 6 inches long. This verity does well in the upper north east in higher elevations. Tolerates cold better then most varieties. Very good producer and easy to grow! We found it really good in stir fry dishes. Open pollinated 55-60 days from transplant.
Here is the Red Burgundy Okra, Abelmoschus esculentus. This variety was Introduced in 1983 and created by Leon Robbins at Clemson University after eight years of careful selection. It was a AAS winner in 1988 and now one of the most popular okra's available. This stunning variety gets to 4 feet tall with burgundy accents with tender burgundy pods that get up to 6 inches long. This verity does well in the upper north east in higher elevations. Tolerates cold better then most varieties. Very good producer and easy to grow! We found it really good in stir fry dishes. Open pollinated 55-60 days from transplant.

Red Burgundy Okra

Abelmoschus esculentus

Here is the Red Burgundy Okra, Abelmoschus esculentus. This variety was Introduced in 1983 and created by Leon Robbins at Clemson University after eight years of careful selection. It was a AAS winner in 1988 and now one of the most popular okra's available. This stunning variety gets to 4 feet tall with burgundy accents with tender burgundy pods that get up to 6 inches long. This verity does well in the upper north east in higher elevations. Tolerates cold better then most varieties. Very good producer and easy to grow! We found it really good in stir fry dishes. Open pollinated 55-60 days from transplant.

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