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Seed received as Glycine max 'Hokkaido Black'. Name not recognised by the RHS.
Family name change from Papilionaceae
Soy bean oil may be toxic if ingested in large amounts
Professor Anthony Dayan, 2022
Glycine max (L.) Merr. 'Hokkaido Black'Family: FABACEAE
Species: max (L.) Merr.
Cultivar: 'Hokkaido Black'
Common names: Edamame; Edible soya bean
Distribution summary: E. Asia
Hardiness: H3 - Half hardy; unheated greenhouse/mild winter
Habitat: Lowland, open woodland, grassland, scrub and verges
Garden status: Currently grown
Garden location: Mulberry Tree bed (H)
Flowering months: July, August, September
Reason for growing: Medicinal, other use