Okra, Jambalaya (Abelmoschus esculentus) - 50 Seeds
• Heirloom Vegetable
• Open Pollinated
• American Grown Seeds
• USDA Zone: 4-11
Introducing Okra, Jambalaya - the backbone of many southern dishes! Jambalaya is a high-yielding variety that offers up an abundance of dark green pods. These tender and tasty pods are excellent in stews, soups, and of course, gumbo. A highly productive plant that thrives in the heat, it's a great addition to any vegetable garden. Beyond the kitchen, its vibrant flowers and tall growth habit add a unique aesthetic appeal to your garden.
Start Clemson Spineless Okra seeds indoors 4-6 weeks before the last frost or sow directly outdoors when the soil temperature reaches at least 65°F. Plant seeds 1/2 inch deep in well-draining soil, preferably in a location with full sun. Germination typically occurs within 7-14 days. Space plants 12-18 inches apart in rows that are 3 feet apart. Water regularly and consistently, as okra thrives in moist soil.