Panther Soybean

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Panther Soybean Seeds

Nutty, purplish-green edamame

Glycine max
Make delicious edamame or ripen to dry black soybeans.
Beans are bright green tinged with purple when ripe and then mature to deep black when dry. In addition to yielding tasty beans, plants sport pretty velvety green leaves.
Product ID# , Grown in the Northeast

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This terrific edamame variety was sent to us by Jack Algiere of Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture in Pocantico Hills, near Tarrytown, New York. He's been saving it for many years, as the variety is no longer available in catalogs. But now we've got it--and we can report that it is really lovely. The beans are bright green with a hint of purple when at the ripe green edamame stage and then mature to deep black when dry. (Any color in the fresh beans fades upon cooking.) If you've never grown soybeans in your garden, it's worth a shot: in addition to fixing nitrogen and yielding tasty beans, the plants sport velvety green leaves that are very attractive.

Quick Facts
Days to Germination 5 to 10 days
Days to Maturity 100 days
Planting Depth 1 inch
Spacing in Row 4 inches
Spacing Between Rows 24 to 42 inches
Height at Maturity 36 inches
Width at Maturity 18 inches
Growing Instructions

Sow after frost, once soil has warmed, spaced at 6-12". Plants grow about 30-36 inches in height. Harvest the entire crop at once, when you see the first hint of yellow in the pods. Steam the whole batch and freeze any extra, shelled or left in the pod to shell after defrosted and before use.