The best for delicious, fresh-from-the-garden edamame, Midori Giant Bush Edamame Soybean is the biggest and earliest soybean available for home gardens. Pods are filled with 2 or 3 extra-large, round, buttery seeds with a sweet flavor and fresh bite. From the moment you harvest your first handful of Midori Giant Bush Edamame Soybeans, you'll be hooked.
This bush-habit Midori Giant Bush Edamame Soybean is easy to grow, with excellent branching and heavy production of curved, 2- to 3-inch green to buff pods. Nearly every pod has at least 2 seeds, tender and sweet. Steam or boil them briefly for world-class edamame.
Rich in nutrients, soybeans are very easy to grow. Direct sow the Midori Giant Bush Edamame Soybean Seeds after all danger of frost is past in spring. The plant reaches about 20 to 24 inches high and 18 inches wide. You'll be harvesting in midsummer from even a late spring planting. Sow successively to extend your harvest of fresh eating.
Midori Giant Edamame Bean
Days to Maturity
Direct sow after last frost date