"The Red Burgundy Okra is a deep red variety that produces a tender and delicious pod. This productive burgundy red okra adds a nice crunch, delicious flavor and beautiful color to any soup or stew, especially gumbo!"
Planting instructions:The germination rate is related to soil and climate! So I suggest you try planting first! Try planting first, and then plant a lot. The germination rate of seeds is higher after germination, and the germination is faster! 1. First use warm water of about 45 degrees to put in the seeds. When soaking, keep stirring until the water temperature drops to about 30 degrees and continue to soak the seeds for about 8-12 hours. (For different seeds, the soaking time can be shortened or extended. Time), the seeds are full and full after absorbing water. End the dormancy period of seeds. For better germination, you can use rooting powder, 1 pack with 1kg of water. 2. Wrap the seeds with a damp cloth for 3-4 days. The damp cloth can be placed in a warmer place on the balcony and drip water every day to add moisture to the seeds. 3. Pour the soil thoroughly, then sprinkle the seeds, then cover with a thin layer of dry soil to keep the soil moist, water it every day, so that the water can penetrate into the soil to nourish the seeds.