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Japanese Edamame seeds ~~ Soy Bean HIGH IN PROTEIN -- Young Soy Bean - 80 - 90 Days

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0.10 LBS
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Product Description

Choose from Standard Packet Size or BIG PACK Size

Packet Size;          50 Seeds

BIG PACK Size; 100 Seeds


Edamame Soy Bean

90-100 days. Just like those served in Japanese restaurants, this variety produces CLUSTERS of pods with 2-5 beans each.  Pick the pods when plump and green.  Pods can be harvested almost at the same time.  Highly productive and very healthy.  Very good source of high quality protein and serves as a perfect snack with simmered and sprinkled lightly with salt.  Can also be shelled and added to stir-fries or cooked with meats or other vegetables.



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  1. Japanese Edamame 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 24th Jun 2014

    I planted 5 seeds a few weeks ago and I already have 4 healthy sprouts. They were very easy to grow and I am excited to watch them flourish into nice Japanese Edamame plants! I will definetly use myseeds.co again. Shipping was fast, instructions for growing the seeds came on the packet, and seeds seem healthy and happy!

  2. Quick shipping 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 17th Feb 2014

    I have yet to plant the Edamame soybean seed that I ordered through myseeds.co. The seeds seem to be in good shape, and they arrived quickly after I placed my order. I'm hoping for good germination and lots of good Edamame to eat when spring and summer arrive.

  3. My first soybean 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 22nd Jan 2013

    I bought these seeds last year and had three plants. I don't remember how many seeds I tried to germinate (I know it wasn't much as I was just starting gardening from seeds) but the three that I did have produced several ziplock bags of soybeans. I grew them in pots and next year I plan to grow more.