Pea Seeds - Lincoln


Lincoln Pea Seeds are ready to harvest in 65 days. USU recommends them. Pea Pods are 3 1/2 inches long with 8 to 10 small tender peas. Homesteader peas are resistant to common wilt and heat tolerant. Variety is well-suited to Utah"s climate and produces peas well into the hotter June and July weather. Also called Homesteader peas, and has excellent freezing qualities.

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Growing Lincoln Pea Vegetable Garden Seeds

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Lincoln Pea Growth Habits:

Lincoln Peas have a compact plant size and typically grows 28-32" in height. Direct sow into the ground when conditions are cool. Put seeds under 1 inch of soil. Pea plant can be staked or not. It is sturdy. Homesteader Peas will perform better if given some support. A high-yielding pea variety and excellent to grow in the garden.

Various Uses for Lincoln Pea:

Lincoln Peas are the perfect addition to the garden. They are often referred to as homesteader peas because they have great storage and freezing qualities. These peas can also be canned as well. Peas can be cooked in a little water and butter. Toss in some pasta for a complete meal.

Lincoln Pea Benefits:

Peas are a great source of fiber and protein. For those that don't consume animal protein, peas are a great addition to the diet. It can be hard to find higher protein plants. Start peas in the garden with radishes and lettuces in the spring. They are great companions and have mutual benefits for each other.

Additional Information:


Seeds Per Package:

  • 1 oz - Approximately 125 Seeds
  • 4 oz - Approximately 500 Seeds
  • 1 lb - Approximately 2,000 Seeds
  • 5 lb - Approximately 10,000 Seeds
  • 25 lb - Approximately 50,000 Seeds

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