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Edamame Soy Beans Greeting Card featuring the photograph Edamame Soy beans by Ron Roberts

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Edamame Soy beans Greeting Card

Ron Roberts

by Ron Roberts



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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

Design Details

Still life of Edamame Soy Beans. Edible soybean, called Edamame in Japan and Mao Dou in China, is grown mainly to harvest the young green-shelled... more

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2 - 3 business days

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Edamame Soy beans Photograph by Ron Roberts


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Comments (10)

Edward Fielding

Edward Fielding

Nice shot! v

Ron Roberts replied:

Thank you Edward

Elena Nosyreva

Elena Nosyreva

Very nice close up. V

Ron Roberts replied:

Thank you Elena

Kim Hojnacki

Kim Hojnacki

Great vibrant color. v

Ron Roberts replied:

thank you Kim

Darleen Stry

Darleen Stry

great job keeping the dof good on the front peas texture vtd like the reflections too

Ron Roberts replied:

Thank you Darleen

Anne Gilbert

Anne Gilbert

Love it Ron! v

Ron Roberts replied:

thanks Anne

Bob Hislop

Bob Hislop

Great still shot. v.

Ron Roberts replied:

thanks Bob

Malcolm Suttle

Malcolm Suttle

Nice close-up Ron - V

Ron Roberts replied:

thank you Malcolm

Dawn J Benko

Dawn J Benko

Hey, I was just eating some of those. v

Ron Roberts replied:

Thanks Dawn

Terri  Waters

Terri Waters

Lovely reflection and detail

Ron Roberts replied:

thank you Terri

Lynn Dobbins

Lynn Dobbins

Love this one so vibrant nd fun!

Ron Roberts replied:

thank you Lynn

Artist's Description

Still life of Edamame Soy Beans. Edible soybean, called Edamame in Japan and Mao Dou in China, is grown mainly to harvest the young green-shelled beans for vegetable uses, but not for the matured soybean crops. Plants grow best in warm climates but poorly in cold conditions. Soybean seed germination is relatively sensitive to water content in soil. Seeds can be easily rotted and fail to germinate if overwatered or soaked. Keep soil only moist but not soaked during the germinating period. Edible soybean produces clusters of pods with green beans. Pick the pods when they are plump but still green. All pods on the plants are harvested at the same time. It is suggested to start seedings at several different times, so you can have continuous harvests of Edamame beans.

About Ron Roberts

Ron Roberts

I am a photographer based in Reno NV. My main interest is cars, hot rods, old rusty cars and trucks. Also cloudscapes and a host of other things, I also enjoy photographing the breath taking beauty of the Lake Tahoe Area. I provide commercial and fine art imagery to grace your business and home. I was raised in Northern California, migrating to the beautiful Pacific Northwest after retiring from the United States Army in 1985. I am striving to become one of the premier photographers in this area. Look through my website and see some of my photographic art suitable for your home or office. Each image I take, I consider a work of art.. Many are digitally enhanced and none are placed on my website until they are "just right". ...