A tall growing plant, if grown in the right conditions, reaching up to 2 meters. The foliage is a bright green and shaped like hearts. It bears large, yellow flowers, similar to the hibiscus. The seed pods are harvested while immature, if grown for the vegetable, as the flowers fade and while the pods are still tender. The pods can be eaten raw or cooke, and the leaves can also be cooked. ‘Clemson Spineless’ is, as the name suggest, a spineless variety that produces high yields of green, ribbed pods that should be harvested when about 3″ long.

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It requires moist air.

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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