Easy Gardening: Okra

Date of Publication
January 25, 2022
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Okra is a warm-season vegetable that grows well in most Texas soils. A fair source of vitamin A, it can be eaten in many ways, including boiled, fried, and cooked in soups, gumbos, and casseroles.

The best okra varieties to grow in Texas are Annie Oakley (Compact), Blondy (Compact), Burgundy, Cajun Delight, Clemson Spineless, Emerald, Lee, Louisiana Green, Stewart's Zeebest (Heirloom), and Velvet.

Download this publication today to learn best practices for growing okra in Texas. (2 pages)

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