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Okra plant companions are plants that thrive with okra. Companion planting with okra can deter pests and generally boost growth and production. Find out what to plant near okra in this article so your garden can reap the benefits.
You thought okra was green? What kind of okra is red? As the name suggests, the plant bears 2- to 5-inch long, torpedo-shaped fruit but is the red okra edible? Click this article to find out all about growing red okra plants.
Okra is a warm season vegetable that produces long, thin, edible pods nicknamed ladies’ fingers. If you grow okra in your garden, collecting okra seeds is a cheap and easy way to get seeds for next year’s garden. Read this article to find out how to save okra seeds.
Okra is a nutrient-rich vegetable with a mild flavor but not everyone likes it. If you don’t want to raise the vegetable for eating, you can still grow ornamental okra plants. The big, hibiscus-like blooms are anything but unpleasant. Learn more here.