Up to 100 days. Pinto beans are native to Mexico, and are use in many traditional dishes of this region, including refried beans. Pinto typically take around 90 days to grow as a dry bean, but can be harvested sooner and eaten as a green snap bean.
These hard brown-speckled beans make for great chilies and refried beans. They are easy to grow and have a shelf life of five years.
Read more at Gardening Know How: How to Grow Pinto Beans: Care And Harvesting Of Pintos https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/vegetables/beans/how-to-grow-pinto-beans.htm
With a shelf life of five years, pinto beans are a great option for those who enjoy edible gardening.
The plants are low growing, runner types that will grow to around 20" tall. Sow seeds 4" apart, with 24-36" between rows and thin as needed. As they are native to subtropical regions, pintos can be sensitive to cold and will grow better in a sandy but fertile loam.
Bush bean but can upright with pole/trellis/staking
Contains 25 heirloom seeds