Tomato Seeds - Brandywine Red - Organic
Lycopersicon esculentum. (90 days) Indeterminate. Potato leaf foliage. The history of Brandywine is a bit mysterious and long. I've tried to include more than one source of information for you tomato lovers.Craig LeHoullier experienced tomato enthusiast has this to say. "This is fairly certain, Brandywine is a tomato that found its way into the Seed Savers Exchange collection in 1982. It got there via an elderly (now deceased) Ohio gardener named Ben Quisenberry, who received the variety from a woman named Dorris Sudduth Hill. She stated that they had been in her family for over 80 years. I do not know where the Dorris came from hence, where the tomato originated. Huge beefsteak type fruits that seldom have blemishes or cracking. The flavor is very rich and complex, but not sweet as you might expect. ~ 7,500 Seeds/ounce.