Burgundy Okra. I grew this in a home garden once and they plants and flowers were very attractive. I'm certain mine grew higher than 4' though! You'll need to get out every other day to keep your okra picked before it gets too tough. The okra is beautiful but looses some of its color when cooked.
Cherokee Purple. Pre-1890 Tennessee heirloom, reportedly of Cherokee Indian origin. Introduced 1993 by SESE Seed courtesy of Craig LeHoullier.] Large fruits (10 to 12 oz.) are smooth with slightly ridged shoulders. Ripens to a unique dark, dusky pink/purple. Sometimes called a 'black' tomato, the color carries through to the flesh, especially at the stem end.