Pea, Lincoln Shelling

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  • Regular price $3.25

Quick facts

  • Heat and wilt tolerant
  • Shorter vines
  • Giving Ground Farm Favorite
  • English heirloom- also called 'Homesteader'

Pisum sativum

70 days, climbing, shelling pea. Excellent choice for late season pea plantings. Even when maturing in the heat of August at Giving Ground Farm, peas remained tender and productive. Benefits from trellising, but shorter than other climbing varieties so you might get away without.  Very sweet, juicy flavor.  3-4 inch pods.

Peas are excellent sources of protein, fiber, phyto-nutrients, Vitamin C, niacin, and omega-3 fatty acids.  

How to grow it:

Germ Temp

Indoor Start

Germ Days

Frost Tolerant


Seed Depth

Plant/Row Spacing


Not rec.

6-21 d.





Peas love a crowd, sow 1" apart along as soon as the ground can be worked in spring. Plant 1" deep at the base of a trellis such as a fence or net strung between two posts as vines grow tall. Plants will bear longer if planted early and pods are picked regularly before peas begin drying down.

Seed specs:  Packet: 30 min.