- Spacing: 24 inches
- Days to Harvest: 50
- Heavy producing, easy to grow
- Each 3-Inch Pot contains 1 Clemson Spineless Okra Plant
Clemson Spineless Okra Plants produce tender pods that are straight, slightly grooved, spineless and loaded with flavor. Pods are best eaten when they are 2-3 inches long. Okra can be used fried, roasted, or boiled. Clemson Spineless is a high-yielding heirloom that has been awarded an All-America Selections Winner. Itâ€™s the most popular variety for a reason!
We grow our Clemson Spineless Okra Plants organically and guarantee them to arrive alive and thriving!
Okra Companion Plants: Eggplant, Sweet Pepper
"Arrived very young and frail"
Maya C. on 6/5/2023 1:52:47 AM
Comment: Both of my Clemson okras arrived a bit too young—only cotyledons and no true leaves. Unseasonably cold night meant I had to greenhouse the plants to grow true leaves and strength to survive outside. They’ve been planted for 2 weeks and haven’t grown. I hope they’ve just had a rough start, but I’m afraid they probably won’t survive. Bummer. The last okra I ordered from GJ grew fast and furious. Maybe this was a tricky harvest. Bummer.
"Beautiful healthy plt"
Donna S. on 4/29/2023 7:42:22 AM
Comment: Came well packaged and quick. Planted last week and already seeing growth.
"Spineless okra plant"
Kim F. on 9/13/2022 12:16:05 PM
Comment: Looks healthy
Sean R. on 6/17/2022 12:27:59 PM
Comment: Plant arrived healthy and well packed. Took a couple months to really take off after transplanting but has now produced a few okra pods. Would probably be best to have 4 or 5 of these if you really like okra or it'll be slow going before you have enough for a dish.
"Good service, bad product"
Frank J. on 4/28/2022 9:11:43 AM
Comment: Service/delivery was excellent. All 4 of the plants we ordered (okra) had broken stems and were totally limp. It was a disaster. We were really excited to find/use GrowJoy. Regrettably, never more, $50 lost to a bad experience. We learned . . .
Ty F on 7/9/2021 10:47:43 PM
Comment: Plant arrived healthy, but this is a shorter variety than others. It is producing well considering size.
"Tiny plant but healthy now"
Pamela L on 7/6/2021 2:01:07 PM
Comment: I was really concerned, this seedling arrived tiny and seemed barely alive but it bounced back quickly and is now extremely healthy and starting to flower.
Somi Obozuwa on 9/27/2020 5:55:32 PM
Comment: The plant arrived in very good condition and has continued to grow well.
Becki O’Loughlin on 9/19/2020 8:01:35 AM
Comment: I’ve never grown okra, and have only recently learned to love it. The plant arrived quickly, is healthy, and was well packed for shipping. I’m excited to see how it does in its new container home.
Jeff H on 5/8/2020 2:51:00 AM
Comment: Beautiful start
-- Please Select State --
District Of Columbia