Bean, Edamame (OP Hierloom)


Glycine max

Minimum: 20+ seeds

Ever crave the taste of perfectly seasoned Edamame Beans from your favorite restaurant, but without the hefty price tag? Look no further than your own backyard! Forget the frozen section and cultivate your own Edamame Bean plants for a rewarding experience that's both delicious and educational.

Freshness You Can Taste:

There's a world of difference between frozen Edamame and the vibrant flavor explosion of homegrown beans.Experience the difference in every tender, crisp bite!

The Satisfaction of Homegrown Goodness:

Witness the magic of nature unfold as your Edamame plants transform from tiny seeds into vibrant green pods packed with delicious beans. The gratification of harvesting your own food is an unmatched experience!

Grow Your Way:

Planting Edamame allows you to customize your experience. Choose from various seed varieties, experiment with harvesting times to discover your preferred flavor profile, and enjoy the fruits (or rather, beans!) of your labor.

Nature's Nutritional Powerhouse:

Edamame is a nutritional goldmine! Packed with protein, fiber, vitamins, and minerals, these little green wonders fuel your body with essential goodness, straight from your garden.

Family Fun:

Get the whole family involved in the planting and harvesting process! It's a fantastic way to teach children about healthy eating, where food comes from, and the responsibility of nurturing life.

Planting Made Easy:

The good news? Edamame Beans are surprisingly low-maintenance and thrive in many climates. Here's a taste of how to get started:

  • Planting Time: Wait for the last frost to pass before planting. For most regions in North America, this falls between late spring and early summer. Edamame prefers warm soil, ideally above 55°F (13°C).

  • Location: Choose a sunny spot in your garden that receives at least 6 hours of direct sunlight daily.

  • Soil Preparation: Amend your soil with compost or aged manure to improve drainage and fertility. Edamame beans prefer slightly acidic soil with a pH between 6.0 and 7.0.

  • Planting the Seeds: Sow your seeds about 1-2 inches deep and 2-3 inches apart. Water them thoroughly after planting.

  • Watering: Keep the soil consistently moist, especially during germination and pod development. Water deeply 1-2 times a week, allowing the top inch of soil to dry slightly between waterings.

  • Tender Loving Care: As your plants grow, you can add a layer of mulch around the base to retain moisture and suppress weeds.

  • Harvesting: Edamame beans are ready to harvest when the pods are plump and bright green, and the beans inside feel full and well-developed. Typically, this occurs 50-70 days after planting.

Embrace the satisfaction of homegrown Edamame Beans. Order your seeds today and embark on a delicious and rewarding gardening adventure!