68 days — Also known as 'Homesteader', 'Lincoln' does well in the Northern United States. It resists wilt and is tolerant of heat. The vines grow eighteen to thirty inches tall and benefit from some support. It produces well and the pods are easy to shell.
'Lincoln' was one of the better post-war varieties to be introduced and continued to be popular in commercial production into the mid-1960s. Each ounce is approximately 150 seeds, which is generally enough to plant at least a ten foot row.