65 days. 'Early Jersey Wakefield' is known for the solid, conical heads it produces on compact plants. The heads, which average two to four pounds, are tender and crisp. The USDA rated their flavor fair to good when grown under favorable conditions. In hot weather, their flavor turns unpleasantly strong. To prevent this, 'Early Jersey Wakefield' is typically grown for an early crop. In suitable climates, it can also be overwintered.