Yes maam I did @cyndi when I was moving out of my moms home, I was at my new place for about 3 weeks and I kinda had my plants at my moms still and eveything got mixed up. Some had died from where she forgot to water or watered some too much so I thought my okra was something that got lost. It's also my first ever growing okra so that's also how I didn't know either.
@cyndi that's usually how I would do it, I would take seeds from things and plant and wait and especially with brocolli cuttings, I would sit the stem and only a stem cutting in water fully submerged until leaves formed then I would plant the whole thing in soil. The smell was horrendous but it worked.