Dried okra pod
Dried okra pod : Okra plant is an annual or perennial plant whose leaves are broad and claw-shaped. Each leaf has 7-5 lobes. The flowers are white or yellow, usually reddish-purple in the center. The fruit is a capsule and each capsule contains a large number of white seeds. Okra is known to have originated in Ethiopia and a region in northern Sudan, and according to archeological findings, it was planted along the Nile River thirteen centuries ago and spread from Africa to the Middle East. The stem of this plant is straight and green with numerous lateral branches and one to two meters high.
The leaves are pale green and asymmetrical. The color of the petals is pale green to red. Petals large and yellow with red seeds at the end of the petals are long and cylindrical with angular incisions. The color of the fruits is usually green. Okra is a tropical plant that grows poorly in cold areas and is less productive. The plant has a straight stem, covered with fibers and a height of 5 /. Up to 1 meter (sometimes 2 meters). for more information please read Iran okra specification .
- Scientific name : Hibiscus esculentus L.
- French name : Bani, Katmic comestible
- English name : Edible hibiscus – okra
- German name : Bamia
- Italian name : Bannia d’Egit to
- Family : Malvaceae
- Genus : Abelmoschus
- Native : South Asia and West Africa
- This plant is grown in tropical, subtropical and temperate regions around the world.
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