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Jing Orange Okra
Jing Orange Okra
Jing Orange Okra
Jing Orange Okra
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Jing Orange Okra

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30-60 Days--Jing Orange is a stunning reddish orange okra variety that produces prolifically and adds depth to the garden.

Plants are tall, 4-5' high, with burgundy stems and green leaves. Pods are best when picked at 3-4”. All-American winner.

Type: Annual Sun: Full Planting Depth: 1/2” Spacing: 12-18” Water: Moderate

Okra loves heat, so gardeners with short growing seasons may need to start their seed indoors; plan to set them out 3-4 weeks after the last frost. Before planting the seeds, soak them overnight to encourage faster germination. Plant 2-3 seeds in one peat pot, and keep them at 80-90 degrees F until germination; thin to the strongest plant by cutting off the rest. When the air temperature reaches a consistent 60 degrees F, plant the seedlings in full sun 12-15" apart in rows 3' apart. For direct sowing in warmer climates, sow the seed 3/4" deep

20 seeds per packet

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Note: IMPORTANT: I am not responsible for buyer germination success, seeds have been tested.

1. Any and all claims made through USPS must be made by the buyer, our company will assist you with any claim as much as we are able. The final responsibility relies with the buyer.
2. We are not responsible for any error on the carriers fault- crushed package, lost package, delayed package or any other case that might arise. Once the package leaves our facility the liability is on the buyer.
3. Any problem you have with the package needs to be reported to me within 24 hours of the delivered time stamp from USPS.
4. When purchasing from us you are agreeing to these terms and conditions and you understand the inherent risk of having living plants shipped to you in the mail. Leaves do get damaged, some roots will have die off, this is all normal when shipping plants. Our company will be here to assist you in any if you need help acclimating your new plant.
5. Plant might be a little smaller/bigger, more or less full, longer or shorter but we do our best to make it similar to the listing photos.
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