Update: Mammoth Okra
Posted On May 7, 2014
Check out my previous entry on this heirloom spineless mammoth okra/lady fingers.
One of the plants died during my confinement period. One barely survives. Fortunately after several days of watering and tender care, it emerges back into a strong okra plant.
Now I can see 3 buds of okra coming out. Really hope it will turn into lady fingers that I can cook.
My son and I planted a few more okra seeds in another pot. They sprouted 2 days later.
I have placed the new plant in the area where it gets more sunshine. We will see how it grows. Will update later.