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70-80 days. An even earlier edamame soybean, this one was bred to mature a full 10 days before Midori Giant. While this variety is hailed for its productivity and large beans, the flavor and quality are not compromised.
Beans taste amazing fresh, steamed or dried. Plants reach 2 feet tall but remain compact. Beans mature uniformly on the plant for an easier harvest. Large dark green pods of 2 to 3 beans each. Can be grown throughout Central and North America. Compact plants.
Direct sow about 1 to 2 inches deep into garden about 4 to 6 inches apart after danger of frost has passed in Spring. Succession plant at 3 week intervals to enjoy fresh edamame throughout the summer. Harvest in about 70-80 days from sowing.
100.0% would recommend this item to a friend.
9 out of 10 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!
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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.
6 out of 7 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Everything!
What are the cons? None
Large early 2ft tall plants.
Not as productive as some, but good.
Flavor is comparable to Butterbean
What are the pros? Did grow
What are the cons? No dislikes
Did grow well in our cool summer climate. Bloomed quite late, harvested green pods in september. Maybe daylenght sensitive.