65-70 days. Originally introduced to the United States in 1927, this is a very unique soybean. Small, olive colored beans have a dark brown saddle, making them as beautiful as they are delicious. It is becoming harder and harder to find heirloom soybeans, so grow some of your own and save seeds for next year ensuring that these wonderful beans continue on.
Minimum of 40 seeds per packet.
Posted by Unknown on 26th Aug 2012
This was my first year planting this variety of soybean, and I was very pleased! The plants were large and healthy, and had a high yield. The beans are smaller than the other kind I've grown previously, but very tasty! I'll plant them again next year!