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A fan favorite and edible blossoms to boot!! Red Burgundy okra was developed by Leo Robbins at Clemson University after 8 years of work. It is not considered a hybrid and came about through old fashioned breeding. He introduced in this stunning variety in 1983, and it won an AAS award in 1988. Originally, okra comes from northern Africa, where it still grows wild. This unusual member of the hibiscus family still has an important part in African and Mediterranean cuisine, as well as being a culinary tradition in the American South.
Look what’s coming to the farm!!!! 👀
1” in size with watermelon markings that taste like pickles at maturity.
Everybody loves our beans! Now you can have Christmas in July. These beautiful hugs beans are a total crowd pleaser with their natural, extra buttery goodness.
Organic, low till, 20 acre market-garden specializing in unique varieties, education, and foraging.
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P O Box 184 Crivitz, Wi 54114