Tomato Seeds - Brandywine Yellow - Organic


Lycopersicon esculentum Platfoot Strain (90 days) The Platfoot strain of Yellow Brandywine was first listed in 1996. It is named after Gary Platfoot of Ohio who selected for this improved strain of Yellow Brandywine. Brandywine Yellow is a deep golden beefsteak tomato that has had gardeners raving for years. It has a rich, complex flavor that is highly sought after. Approx. 25 Heirloom Seeds


Tomato Seeds - Brandywine Yellow - Organic

Indeterminate. Potato leaf foliage. Carolyn Male author of 100 Heirloom Tomatoes for the American Garden says..."the Platfoot strain offers a much higher yield than other yellow brandywine strains, and the fruits have far fewer blemishes. Now it's the only Yellow Brandywine I grow."

Yellow Brandywine is always one of the last to produce in the garden as it needs a long season and benefits from warm nights. However, it is worth the wait! There were very few fruits less than a pound and most were closer to 2 lbs. Make sure to have excellent support. I noticed no disease problems and was even impressed when it went through some mild freezes unscathed. Not as prolific as Red Brandywine so plant a few extra plants because you will need them. Visitors to the winery couldn't keep their hands off them!

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