Classic okra developed in Clemson, North Carolina in 1939, and an AAS winnter. The 4-7 foot plants have with few side-branches. The spineless characteristic makes this popular variety easy to pick. Ribbed pods (1¼ x 8 in.), harvest when pods are 3 inches or smaller. Lasts through the summer, but be prepared with supports if you get big summer thunderstorms. Packet (4 g) approximately 64-86 seeds sows 31-52 feet. 53 days. Abelmoschus esculentu. Family: Malvaceae.