63 days. [Grown by the Piggott family in Washington Parish, LA since the 1850s. For a long while the family kept this flavorful seed all to themselves!] Early and productive, this great-tasting variety is good fresh or dried. 6-7 in. pods have medium-size brown seeds with light speckling. Long vines up to 8 ft. are vigorous and drought-resistant. Pkt (120 seeds)
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Southern Peas (Cowpeas)

Vigna unguiculata
Please refer to Southern Pea Cultural Notes for growing information.
Asparagus Beans are the same species as Southern Peas, but are listed separately.
Packet: 1 oz (28g) unless stated (approx. 140-250 seeds, depending on variety) sows 30-50'.
See Peas for Snap Peas, Snow Peas, and Shelling (English) Peas.