This heirloom tomato was introduced in Illinois back in 1923 by the Buckbee Seed Company. Abe Lincoln is an indeterminate type tomato, meaning it continues to grow throughout the season until frost kills the plant or a gardener prunes off the growing tip.
Named after an island off the coast of Scotland and first introduced in 1887 by David Murray, the gardener for the Marquis of Ailsa, at Culzean Castle. A great globe shaped, straw colored onion, sure to impress, capable of growing to 2 pounds each.
Alfalfa is a cool-season perennial commonly grown as cover crop and soil conditioner. It is highly nutritious and a natural source of nitrogen. It’s ideal for improving the soil and providing erosion control.