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Tomato Seeds - Abe Lincoln Original

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  • 25 Seeds
  • Maturity: 87 Days
  • Type: Indeterminate
  • Deep Red, Large Fruits
  • Resistant to Early Blight
  • Resistant to Alternaria Stem Canker
  • Ideal for Slicing, Canning, and Fresh Consumption
  • Rich Flavor and Smooth Texture

The Abe Lincoln Tomato stands tall in the annals of horticultural history, having been cherished by generations of gardeners and chefs for over a century. Named after the iconic 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln, this tomato variety carries a legacy of quality, resilience, and flavor. It's not just its deep red hue and substantial size that have made it an heirloom favorite, but also its storied origins and symbolic connection to an era of American history.

The Abe Lincoln Tomato's versatile nature means it shines in various culinary applications. Its deep red, juicy flesh makes it an ideal choice for slicing, gracing the plates of many a summer meal. Its rich flavor and smooth texture lend themselves beautifully to canning, ensuring you can preserve and relish its taste well into the colder months. Whether incorporated into salads, sandwiches, or eaten just as they are, freshly plucked from the vine, these tomatoes promise a burst of robust flavor with every bite.

Growing Habits & Planting Instructions:
Being an indeterminate type, the Abe Lincoln Tomato will continue to grow and produce fruit throughout the growing season until the first frost. This trait makes it an excellent choice for those looking for a steady yield. Start by sowing the seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before the last expected frost. Once the seedlings have at least two sets of leaves and the danger of frost has passed, transplant them outdoors, spacing them about 2-3 feet apart. They prefer full sun and well-draining soil. Regular watering and staking or caging will help support the plant as it grows and produces its bountiful fruits. The added bonus of its resistance to common tomato diseases like early blight and alternaria stem canker ensures a healthier, more fruitful yield.

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