60 days. The pods are plump, fleshy and very tender when harvested young. In 1856, the Comstock, Ferre and Co catalog said: “About 3 feet high, and of very strong growth. Pods, long, and slightly curved. Containing mostly seven peas, which show in relief along the pods. They are usually cooked in the pods like snap beans. Of excellent quality, but rather late, and only a moderate bearer.” This variety produces 2 to 3 inch pods as well as a bonus of delicious green foliage and lavender red flowers that are pretty and tasty in salads.