You thought okra was green? What kind of okra is red? As the name suggests, the plant bears 2 to 5inch long, torpedoshaped fruit but is the red okra edible? Click this article to find out all about growing red okra plants.
OKRA || Harvesting typically starts a few months after planting and continues steadily for a long period. Okra pods should be harvested every other day or so, as they quickly outgrow their most edible stage. With okra, it usually pays to plan for a high yield in late summer, so you can keep up with this prolific plant.