Brandywine Tomato, Sudduth Strain


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(Solanum lycopersicum) 25 seeds per pack. Seeds are from the Sudduth strain, believed to be the original Brandywine. Probably the most famous heirloom tomato, the Brandywine traces its origin to the late 1800's, but was popularized in the 1980's. Plants bear large, 1+ pound fruits that ripen to a pinkish red. The fruits are renowned for their lush and rich flavor with much sweetness and a light acid overtone. This variety has become extremely popular amongst home gardeners. Potato-leafed. #1906

Heirloom. Open pollinated. Indeterminate. 80-90 days.