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okra

Posted by epaoshaguy 6 (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 29, 08 at 14:56

bloomin okra...




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RE: okra

What a pretty flower! It looks a lot like hibiscus.
I've never grown okra. I can stand to eat them if they're sliced and fried but definitely not one of my favorites.


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going to have to cut mine down this fall with a sawz all!
i think it is a member of the hibiscus family.

william


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I like it in gumbalaya at red hot and blue or fried; too lazy to grow it and fix it myself. Most years I don't have the water for anything that isn't a tomato or flowering plant.


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mmm... fried with jalapenos.
Nice picture. Now you have me wanting okra.
Funny William.
Bonnie


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I didn't know Okra could have such beautiful blooms. I love it cut up and fried, but I can't stand it boiled. Nice picture!
Ann


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I just had my first tiny little mess, rolled in cornmeal and fried. Tasted delish.


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