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Organic Butterbean Edamame

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75 days to maturity | Glycine max

Sweet, buttery and high-yielding, acclaimed as one of the best-tasting edamame. Plants are compact and loaded with 3-bean pods with a week of prime edibility (a longer window than most). Each plant matures its pods simultaneously making abundant harvests

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Organic Butterbean Edamame

75 days to maturity | Glycine max

Organic Butterbean Edamame Sweet and buttery, this is the most flavorful edamame we’ve found. Easy to grow and marvelously high-yielding, each plant is loaded with 3-bean pods with over a week of prime edibility, a longer window than most varieties. If you’ve always wondered if home-grown edamame is better than at stores or restaurants, know this: Each year we grow several hundred plants just for ourselves. We enjoy edamame salted & steamed on summer evenings and fill our (three!) freezers with edamame to enjoy all winter long.

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Edamame Butterbean

Direct Sow Only: Once soil is warm after last frost, sow 1″ deep every 3 inches & thin to 6″ with at least 18” between rows. Harvest young pods just as beans swell; we like to harvest an entire plant all at once. Sow every 2-3 weeks through mid-July for continual harvest. Inoculants often increase yields.

 

Seed Depth: 1 inch
Days to Germination: 8-10 days 70-80 F
Plant spacing after thinning: 5-6″

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3 reviews for Organic Butterbean Edamame

  1. Claudia from Maryland

    These are compact plants that produce a high yield.

  2. Elizabeth Castner from Dundee, NY United States

    Rabbits liked them too

  3. Laurie Davis from Chambersburg, PA United States

    Produced well despite dry weather

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