110 to 115 days, indeterminate
— The lightly branched plants grow to two to three feet in height and have yellow flowers. The seeds are large, yellow with tan eyes and are used for edamame
). According to USDA testing, they contain 38% protein and 20% oil.
Grande was developed at the University of Minnesota by B. Kennedy and J. Lambert as a stabilized cross between 'Anoka' and 'Magna' and introduced in 1976. Each packet contains 25 to 30 seeds.