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University of Illinois Extension Main Navigation Vegetable Gardening Basics Planting the Garden Vegetable Directory Glossary Credits Alert: Making Pesticide Applications in School/Community Gardens Okra Okra (also known as gumbo), is a tall-growing, warm-season, annual vegetable from the same family as hollyhock, rose
www.nutrition-and-you.com Home Fruits Vegetables Nuts and seeds Herbs Spices Custom Search Okra nutrition facts Okra, also known as ladys finger, or bamia is one of the popular nutritious vegetables of North-East African origin. The pods usually gathered while they are green, tender, and at immature stage. The plant i
Okra or okro ( or ), known in many English-speaking countries as ladies fingers, ochro or gumbo, is a flowering plant in the mallow family . It is valued for its edible green seed pods . The geographical origin of okra is disputed, with supporters of West Africa n, Ethiopia n, and South Asia n origins. The plant is cul
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