70 days. (Indeterminate) [The original Abraham Lincoln was a late-maturing variety introduced about 1923. This early season selection (circa 1975) ripens 10-12 days earlier, has smaller fruit, and does not have the bronze-green foliage characteristic of the original.] Flavor is slightly acidic and distinctive. Plants have excellent resistance to foliage disease – highly recommended where foliage disease is a problem. Medium-sized, red fruits are very uniform.