Brandywine Heirloom Tomato Seeds, Sudduth's

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Brandywine Heirloom Tomato Seeds, Sudduth's

The justly famous, large, pink heirloom tomato that started the heirloom craze due to its tremendous flavor...

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(Solanum lycopersicum)

80 days. Open polinated Heirloom. Indeterm. Brandywine started the heirloom craze. The exact opposite of a supermarket tomato - very sweet, tasty, and juicy. Also, not disease resistant or crack resistant, and prone to being cosmetically challenged. But, with such flavor, who cares? Large, pink fruits, often with green shoulders. This strain is less prone to ugliness than others. Most of our fruits last year were marketable, smooth, round, with very little concentric cracking, but still had that memorable sweet/acid, full, deep, rich flavor. This strain is also more productive than others. We harvested fruits late into the season despite high disease pressure. Harvest when still a little immature and firm for best results. Tastes excellent at this stage and won't morph into a pile of mush overnight.

Germinated at 95%.

Details:

Lifecycle:1    (0: N/A, 1: annual, 2: perennial, 3: biennial)
Heirloom:yes
Container Planting:no

Cultural Requirements:

Soil:Adaptable. Tomatoes need phosphorous, potassium, and calcium more than nitrogen. Bonemeal is the perfect fertilizer. Too much nitrogen causes plant growth and fewer and later fruits.
Propagation / Germination:Start seeds indoors 5 to 6 weeks before last frost. Keep soil lightly moist, not wet. Germinates at room temperature (60 to 85 degrees), but does best at 77 degrees.
Sun:Full sun.
Water:Water weekly if necessary. Tomatoes appreciate a deep mulch, but wait until soil has warmed and plants are growing rapidly.

We are now closed for the 2014 season. Thank you to all of our wonderful customers! We will be back in January, 2015.



We produce all of our own seed, unlike most seed sellers. We never purchase bulk seeds and repackage them. You can be sure that you are getting top quality, healthy, and vigorous seeds from us, and that they were produced by us on our small farm in healthy soil.

We are licensed by the State of Missouri Department of Agriculture to sell plants (license #1931) and seed (license #149045) produced by us. We exceed the Federal minimum germination standards and post our germination test results with each variety


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