Roberie Okra -

(Abelmoschus esculentus 'Roberie')

Vegetables


Other Common Names: Okra
Family: Malvaceae Genus: Abelmoschus Species: esculentus Cultivar: 'Roberie'
Roberie Okra
Jim Parks Planted · 7 years ago
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Plant Type: Vegetable

Sun Exposure: Full / Mostly Sun

Soil Type: Loam

Soil Drainage: Well Drained, Moderately Drained

Water Needs: Average, Low

Level of Care: Low

Growth Rates: Fast

Flower Color: Light Yellow

Attracts: Butterflies, Wildlife

Foliage Color: Light Green, Medium Green

Average Width: 1' to 2'

Average Height: 5' to 6'

Season of Color: Summer Blooms

Resistant To: Drought, Heat

Landscape Uses: Background

Growth Habits: Tall, Upright

Theme Gardens: Cottage, Vegetable

Culinary Usages: Casseroles, Fresh Eating, Fried, Pickles / Pickled, Soups / Stews

Soil pH: 5.5, 6, 6.5, 7, 7.5

Fruit Maturity: 8 Weeks

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Jim Parks

Jim Parks · Gardenality Bloom · Zone 8A · 10° to 15° F
Grown for over 100 years by the Roberie family in St Landry Parish, Louisiana. Roberie Okra produces medium-sized green pods that are productive over a long growing season. (60 days)

Planting Instructions:
Soaking seeds for 24 hours before planting greatly improves germination. Direct-seed when soil is warm (2 weeks after last frost date). May also start in containers 2 to 4 weeks before setting out.

Plants thrive in rich, moist soil in full sun, but often do surprisingly well in dry or poor soils. Harvest daily during hot weather — pods grow quickly past the stage of prime eating.

7 years ago ·
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