100pcs Giant Hibiscus Okra Seeds for Growing
Grow stunning giant hibiscus okra flowers with ease! Our 100pcs Giant Hibiscus Okra Seeds are perfect for growing in any climate, in full sun or partial shade and on any soil. And the best part is that they require very little maintenance.
Want to get the perfect conditions for growing okra? Our full-bloom period will occur during the summer and we guarantee a successful cultivating difficulty degree of “very easy”. That means you can be sure of spectacular results for both indoor and outdoor decoration.
Get the perfect look you’re going for with our beautiful, easy to grow hibiscus okra seeds. Whether you’re looking for a small, medium or large style, our 100pcs Giant Hibiscus Okra Seeds are always sure to impress.
Have an outdoor garden to decorate? These okra seeds are perfect for beautifying and adding color to its surroundings, no matter the season – making it a great choice for gardeners of all levels. Plus, our seeds are deer and pest-resistant so you can look forward to a bountiful harvest.
For your convenience, we’ve outlined our products detailed description including Latin name, planting season, germination rate, grown plant size, time to maturity, soil type, watering, sunlight, uses, deer resistance, and pest and disease resistance
Latin Name: Abelmoschus esculentus
Planting Season: Summer
Germination Rate: 95%
Grown Plant Size: 15-50 cm tall
Time to Maturity: 60-90 days
Soil Type: Fertile, well-drained
Watering: Keep soil moist
Sunlight: Sun or Partial Shade
Deer Resistance: Yes
Pest and Disease Resistance: Yes
How to Plant 100pcs Giant Hibiscus Okra Seeds:
1. Choose a patch of sunny or partially shaded soil in your garden
2. Prepare the soil by loosening and clearing the area of any weeds
3. Dig holes or furrows around 2 cm deep and 5 to 10 cm apart
4. Place the seeds in the holes and cover with soil
5. Water the soil and fertilize with an appropriate fertilizer according to the instructions on the package
6. Monitor the growth of your okra plants and water accordingly
7. Harvest your okra when it is big enough to eat!