Edamame BeSweet Soybean Seeds – Non-GMO, Heirloom, Open-pollinated
I love to snack on edamame beans… they’re simple to make, has a high amount of fiber and protein and they are so yummy.
It helps that they are easy to grow.
The plants grow in bushes up to three feet tall.
Two weeks after the last frost, sow the seeds about one inch deep. I space my seeds about 5 inches apart in a sunny location. If you have a lot of space, sow the seeds about 12 inches apart to allow each plant to get more sun. That will get you higher yields because they thrive in the heat. The temperature should be between 50 and 85 degrees… 60 degrees is ideal for germination. Water immediately after planting and keep the moist until the plants are established. They should start sprouting in about a week.
You can pick the pods when they are plump and still green in color. You can actually feel the beans in the pod.
All of our seeds are:
* OPEN POLLINATED
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