I grew these peas from seed for the first time this past summer. Plants were very vigorous from the start and peas were sweet eaten fresh, which I usually like to do. Once the summer got hot, they died back, but I will just need to plant a 2nd crop in late summer. Overall, did wonderful and very tasty! Will definitely be growing more next year!
65-70 day. My favorite shelling pea. Lincoln has straight pods filled with tender, sweet peas. One of the sweetest peas I've raised. It has a nice, bush growing habit, high yields, with easy to harvest peas. An excellent pea for freezing as well as fresh eating.
Minimum of 80 seeds per packet.