As you see below my name, I'm in Phoenix so the fall season is just beginning as most seem to be shutting down their gardens.
And during the summer I had MORE than enough okra. When we got tired of eating it, we pickled them (successfully and for the first time!), and we froze some (at least 10 lbs worth). So thank goodness the okra is about finished. My husband is too happy and he absolutely loves okra. hehe
I've never saved many seeds and wanted to know how you go about it with okra. Does the size matter for it, meaning if it gets large and woody can I still take seeds from that? And do you wait till the okra gets completely dried before taking the seeds out?
Thanks for any help. :)
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