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I’ve never seen an okra plant that looked this beautiful! See more at www.leahbrooks.towergarden.com Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHow to Clone any plant for hydroponic or regular gardening“Tower Garden Planting” by Epic GardeningEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodHow to Setup a home made DWC Hydroponic System To grow Giant TomatoHow To Hydroponics – S02E28 Hydroponic Giant Pumpkin Part 07Sustainable Grow Tower & Giant Onion Update

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  • Leah Brooks 1 year ago

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  • altha 2014 1 year ago

    I'm from a small county. I did this outside. The Sheriff came a knocking. I showed him what I was doing He took some photos for the local newspaper. He came back later that day with his wife and picked a mess of Okra and Tomatoes and he did pay me more them. I got several copies of the newspaper that week showing me with a 10 foot Okra plant.

  • LoveThatChaCha Char 1 year ago

    How can I get rid of those bubble-like eggs on my okra plants? There s too many, it's disgusting.

  • Jerry Maxwell 1 year ago

    its best to harvest you okra when the pods are 3 to 4 inches long. try to bread them in corn meal and fry them in oil make sure you fry them until they are no longer slimy. it is my favored veggie

  • Leah Brooks 1 year ago

    That's great, Faye. Wait until next summer. Okra loves the heat.

  • Faye Spath 1 year ago

    That is great I live in Florida so I am going to try and grow some okra

  • Chun Fu Tube ☉‿☉ 1 year ago

    Not much. There are many types of Okra, some can grow to 3 meters tall, if actually given fertilizer combined with the tallest types.
    Just search google.☉‿☉

  • Leah Brooks 1 year ago

    No, I haven't. Does it taste different?

  • Chun Fu Tube ☉‿☉ 1 year ago

    Have you seen the red one?

  • Leah Brooks 1 year ago

    It's an amazing plant!

  • Chun Fu Tube ☉‿☉ 1 year ago

    The truth is that Okra loves heat, around 29 degrees is perfect. It is naturally disease
    resistance for all species.
    Okra can also be fried, stewed, normal cooking, and eaten raw in a salad!

  • Krittika J 1 year ago

    Ok thank you so much .

    Krittika

  • Leah Brooks 1 year ago

    I'll message ya that info 🙂

  • Krittika J 1 year ago

    btw, how much is this tower garden cost?

    Thanks,
    Krittika

  • Krittika J 1 year ago

    Wow , look at your okra ! : ) so gorgeous …..only 6 weeks old ? Than is amazing !! mine that I have in my raised bed and container is not even close to yours and I think I sow the seed about the same time. You should make some gumbo with those okra and fried okra is delicious too especially when it s that fresh.

    Krittika

  • Leah Brooks 1 year ago

    No, I don't have that problem 🙂

  • Brandon Yu 1 year ago

    no mine's not pink powder…looks like table salt on the leaves, but bigger. On the leaves and stems themselves… hmm

  • Leah Brooks 1 year ago

    Thank you for the kind comment! I'm not seeing salt crystals. Sometimes I'll see a pinkish powdery substance on the outside of the tower where the pots fit together. That's a mineral build-up and I wash that off with a hose. Is that what you mean?

  • Brandon Yu 1 year ago

    Great looking plant, especially only 6 weeks old. I am growing one too and was wondering about the salt crystals. Did yours have that too?

  • Leah Brooks 1 year ago

    I'm growing butternut right now and they are looking beautiful! Also Seminole pumpkin. Thank you for your great advice!