Product review for Clemson Spineless 80 Okra
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- Wednesday, March 14, 2007
grows fast but pods get hard if they get to long pick before they get 4 inches.
Reviewed By: ginny (leland, nc)
grows fast but pods get hard if they get to long pick before they get 4 inches or more if not you will not be able to eat them.
- Tuesday, September 11, 2007
Reviewed By: Cheryl J. Davis (Eads, CO)
Even though hail twice knocked out some of my okra plants, we have been able to eat okra once a week since it began producing and the pods stay tender even when three to four inches long.
- Saturday, March 14, 2009
The only one I ever plant
Reviewed By: John Bell (Clinton, SC)
I've tried may varieties over the years and Clemson Spineless is by favorite!
- Sunday, April 12, 2009
Reviewed By: B Carol (Greenville, SC)
I planted these last year 2008 and they were great. The best tasting okra I've found and my neighbors agree. Pick these before they get too long and they are very tender otherwise they get hard very quick.
- Sunday, June 27, 2010
Reviewed By: Danny Grantham (Biloxi, MS)
I have always experienced good results growing okra. I have a number of fruits developing...right on schedule. I love eating okra, especially fried okra. This is a good producer that I recommend to fellow gardeners.