80 to 100 days, determinate
— The plants of 'Fledderjohn' grow twenty-four to thirty-six inches in height and exhibit moderate branching. They are quite productive with large pods that contain two to three, large, good tasting, light-brown seeds.
The beans can be enjoyed either fresh-shelled or dried (after about 100 days). It is also a good variety to be enjoyed as edamame
(pronounced 'ed-uh-mah-may'). Harvest for edamame
at about 80 days, after the pods are fully filled and just as they start to turn yellow. Edamame
is a popular snack in Japan, served with beer. Because it has health
benefits that other snacks do not provide, it is becoming popular in the
United States. Each packet contains 25 to 30 seeds.