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Tomato - Abe Lincoln Heirloom Seeds

Tomato - Abe Lincoln Heirloom Seeds

Regular price $ 2.49 USD
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Open-pollinated heirloom  (85 days)

Fruit Color: Red. Shape: Round. Size: 12 oz. Plant Habit: Indeterminate  Plant Size: 6’

A great tomato classic with extraordinary flavor. Beautiful 12 oz. brilliant red fruits grow in large clusters. Tolerates rainy weather without splitting. It's a stand out in any garden because of the big dark red tomatoes and bronzy-green leaves. This tomato makes great garden fresh bruschetta.

History: Introduced in 1923 by W.H. Buckbee seed company of Rockford, IL, which named the tomato in honor of the state's favorite son. Over the years it has proved itself to be one of the great tomato classics that happily survived the big shift to hybrids during the 1940's. After the demise of the Buckbee firm, the Abe Lincoln tomato was continued by R. H. Shumway of Randolph, WI. 

Heirloom non-GMO    10 Seeds


All of our seeds are GMO-free.

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Lance Brown
Great!

Great customer service, great product!

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Dave F
Abe Lincoln is great

Delicious tomatoes and healthy plants. Easy to germinate and grow.

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Gerry F.
Favorite Tomato of the Season

Great tomato, very productive, great flavor.

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tomatolover
Great tomato

Seeds quickly sprouted into healthy plants, very productive, great looking tomatoes! They also taste great.

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