70 days — 'Willet's Wonder' also sold as 'Willett's Wonder', is an English-type garden pea that has long been grown in the Southern United States, but is well adapted for most locations. The plants are productive, grow to about three feet tall and do benefit from some support. The peas are small, tender and sweet; excellent for both fresh shelled peas, as well as for freezing
'Willet's Wonder' was introduced in 1919 by the now long defunct N. L. Willet Seed Company of Augusta, Georgia. In their 1920 seed catalog, they described that it was a variety that originated in the Augusta area in about 1910, but not commercially available until their introduction. Each ounce contains approximately 200 seeds.