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1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Delicious and Fun for kids
What are the cons? None
Grew these at my five year old grandson’s suggestion. He, and my granddaughter, like “pop-em beans” as they call them.
The seeds were very easy to start and transplanted outdoors well. I grew them in my garden and in my daughter’s less sunny garden, and both produced a good amount of beans. We enjoyed harvesting, and they were delicious! Besides the traditional steamed recipe, I found they were very tasty pan-seared in my cast iron fry pan.
Overall, a fun garden experience with the grandkids and a delicious payoff.
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What are the pros? Easy and flavorful!
Great germination. Very strong plants, seemed very disease resistant. My first time growing soybeans, but seemed like a decent sized crop. Boiled and served edamame style. Highly recommend, on the list for next year!
5 out of 5 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy, tasty
What are the cons? Difficult to shell
First year planting soybeans, but we love edamame, so I had to try some. Very easy to grow, just pop them in the ground and they were off! I will definitely plant them more densely next year as our few plants was just barely enough for one meal. But, they did well, even when neglected so that's a winner in my book. These will be a staple crop for me in years to come.
19 out of 20 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Everything!!!!
What are the cons? Nothing, this plant is perfect
It's not even Halloween and I'm dreaming of this plant again. Put it in the ground after frost, interplant Four O'Clocks and geraniums to take care of Japanese Beetles, and forget it until harvest!
12 out of 13 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow, productive
What are the cons? Little later to mature
Direct sowed and got productive crop by late last summer. Blanched and froze to eat all fall and winter. Still have one bag left to enjoy. Will plant again this year.