Bulk Okra Seeds - "Clemson Spineless 80"

Abelmoschus esculentus "Clemson Spineless 80"

Bulk Okra Seeds - "Clemson Spineless 80"
  • Green pods, up to 3 Inches
  • 55 Days to Harvest. Recommended for All Zones. Heirloom, Open Pollinated
  • Prefers full sun exposure
Unit Price: $16.95
was $31.50
Availability: In stock
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  • Green pods, up to 3 Inches
  • 55 Days to Harvest. Recommended for All Zones. Heirloom, Open Pollinated
  • Prefers full sun exposure
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PLANT CLEMSON SPINELESS 80 OKRA SEEDS - GROW HEIRLOOM OKRA

An improved version over the Clemson Spineless Okra that was an All America Selections Winner in the 30s.  Clemson Spineless 80 is an all-around great okra that loves to grow in the summer heat and produce a bountiful yield to be used in soups, stews, gumbos, or to be fried or pickled!

  • Green pods, up to 3 Inches
  • 55 Days to Harvest. Recommended for All Zones. Heirloom, Open Pollinated
  • Prefers full sun exposure
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Botanical NameAbelmoschus esculentus "Clemson Spineless 80"
Planting TimeWarm Season
Plant Life CycleAnnual
TypeHeirloom, Open Pollinated
Light RequirementsFull Sun
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When to plant:

  • If you are starting your okra seeds indoors, plant them in peat pots 4 weeks before the average last Spring frost date in your area.
  • If you’re starting your okra seeds outdoors, plant them 3-4 weeks before the last Spring frost but make sure to cover them with a cold frame to protect them against the cold.
  • If you want to wait until it has warmed to plant your okra seeds, wait until the soil has reached around 65 or 70 degrees F.

How to plant:

  • Soak your seeds overnight in warm/room temperature water and it will help your seeds germinate.
  • Plant your seeds in full sun around 12 inches apart and ¼ inch deep.
  • When the plants get to be larger, you can weed the plants so they are between 3 and 4 feet apart.

When to harvest:

  • Your okra will be ready to start harvesting after about 2 months.
  • After that, you can keep picking the okra every two days with a knife cut to the stem above the okra cap.

*If you want to create faster production, remove the lower leaves of the plants after the first harvest.

*We recommend wearing gloves and/or skin protection while touching or handling the okra plants to prevent irritation from the tiny spines on its surface.